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    Quote Originally Posted by smokie999 View Post
    No it never arrived but have seen the pics you put o the forum.
    Sorry mate only posted on here after I sent them to you.
    Hasn't failed according to my outbox.

    Sewinfly. ..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewinfly View Post
    Sorry mate only posted on here after I sent them to you.
    Hasn't failed according to my outbox.

    Sewinfly. ..........
    Do not know why they are not coming through but thanks for trying
    "If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, how come they cannot have a headache and sex at the same time " Billy Connolly

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    Special edition #12 Tank at GAC now 90.

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    A vision tank black edition was one of my pressys today after enough hints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewinfly View Post
    Several years ago Hutpool a forum member converted his Tank to these handles.
    He sent me one to be fair to him and I made a couple.
    His idea .
    Never had a problem with the homemade one.

    Sewinfly. .............
    I don't have my Tank anymore ,but it is a braw reel.......I might just grab a GAC 90 lb'r ,and nip into B&Q for the drawer handle on the way home......you did a good job sewinfly

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    Quote Originally Posted by hut pool View Post
    I don't have my Tank anymore ,but it is a braw reel.......I might just grab a GAC 90 lb'r ,and nip into B&Q for the drawer handle on the way home......you did a good job sewinfly
    Funny enough went there about 2 weeks ago and could not find any there.

    Was going to make several and ask the guys on here if they wanted any for their tanks.

    Did look on flee bay to but nothing except for a few hard wood ones that could look nice once turned a bit and polished up.

    Sewinfly. ..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewinfly View Post
    Funny enough went there about 2 weeks ago and could not find any there.

    Was going to make several and ask the guys on here if they wanted any for their tanks.

    Did look on flee bay to but nothing except for a few hard wood ones that could look nice once turned a bit and polished up.

    Sewinfly. ..........
    Id be interested buddy if you do some x2 please
    Id rather have something I don't need than need something I haven't got!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewinfly View Post
    Funny enough went there about 2 weeks ago and could not find any there.

    Was going to make several and ask the guys on here if they wanted any for their tanks.

    Did look on flee bay to but nothing except for a few hard wood ones that could look nice once turned a bit and polished up.

    Sewinfly. ..........
    If you find them l will take a couple
    "If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, how come they cannot have a headache and sex at the same time " Billy Connolly

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    Bear with and will see what I can do but no promises.

    May take time to try and find something and with the season approaching my efforts will be for an early springer off a Welsh river which will need a lot of effort and trips.

    Or a trip to the Whiteadder would be nice if I get the invite.

    Cheers all will keep you posted.

    Sewinfly. .........

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    I've long admired the Tank, especially the black - and have a 100 cashback reward to spend, courtesy of a switch to EE broadband last year.

    Can those who have had a black tank for a while comment on how well it stands up to gravel rash in general usage, please?
    I have a black Deep which isn't very resistant but I knew that when I bought it - the scratched shop display model told all! But I bought the Deep for its decent drag, damned good for the price, not its looks and it's done me well to date ..... but the Tank is a league above on looks so I'm sorely tempted.

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