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    Thanks for the advise!

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    What he said

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    If you do happen to go over the badge at all, go to a car body shop and get some 900, 1500 and 2000 wet and dry.
    Will bring it back up to what i

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    I put masking tape on the badge to protect it. Applied cold gel type super glue, It's below the tape, not sure if you can see the glue. I will leave i

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    Thats a lovely job you have done Mr Khan you can hardly see it. I'm amazed the glue 'pulls' the wood together, I would never have known that, the clam

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    What a great piece of help by adr, I just refinished the cue. It looks new. Thanks a lot mate. It looks like magic, after oiling, the crack is invisib

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    That's a great tip ADR and another one to add to the arsenal <br/><br />
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    Please let me know where I could find a screw in cap to avoid this in future. I think it is an sd joint like JP uses.

    I have a push on ca

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    Why dont u contact Ritchie him self am sure he will help u out
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