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    because rare vintage parts are hard to find

    here's the secret to mending your damaged lens without spending thousands:



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    I think a little bit of wee just came out!!!! Man I love your vids! It was through your vids that I stumbled upon this den of iniquity and it's colourful band of lunatics. When I come out to the states I'll keep your number handy as now I know that you know your stuff about triumphs I'll have a good mechanic to go to if I need a tune up. (I'll be on holiday so I refuse to even think about lifting a spanner!)

    Awesome skills dude!

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    Won't the back side of the putty mold cover the blank space printed by the broken part when one press it? My brain still can't believe what I just saw. What a skill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumi View Post
    Won't the back side of the putty mold cover the blank space printed by the broken part when one press it? My brain still can't believe what I just saw. What a skill!
    Subscribe to his youtube and watch his videos. If you can read between the lines you'll learn some cool stuff. Either way you will be truly entertained by his candid delivery and sublime editing skills. Ichiban is a true hero amongst us mere mortals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bumi View Post
    Won't the back side of the putty mold cover the blank space printed by the broken part when one press it? My brain still can't believe what I just saw. What a skill!
    I'm VERY concerned about this. maybe I shouldn't be, but I am.
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