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Posted by jep@greatnorthern.com on August 3, 2000 00:50:01 UTC

ok,
maybe i didnt word it quite correctly,
im going to rough grind an 8inch
mirror,
,
if i use the drill bit method,
what size drill-bitt, do i stop at to get an
f-5focal lenght,
,
ive got tons of drill bits just laying around,
,
or,--ive also got some handy automotive
feelergages(grease free),
what number whould that come under,
,,
really,
ive never done this before,
,
this ones my experament,
im ordering a kit from,
willman-bell (2-for one)-(with directions,,coool,)
newport,(pre-ground--dont need those drill-bitts-now)
or,
asm,(i figure i could grind right through there
soft stuff,-and use bondo in the pitts)
sorry for my dry humor,
(i grew up in maine),
so,
if anybody could tell me,
1.about the bitts,
2.about the feeler-gage,
3.asm-worth buying,
4.how intensive it the instructions, from will-
bell,
5.how much fun and experiance am i missing,-
buying a preground from newport,
boy what alot of goofy-a$$-questions from a wannabe-stargazer,
went to tmsparty last week and got hooked,
nicest people ive ever met,
thanks all you neet people out there,
jep@greatnorthern.com
marysville wa.

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