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    Terrific Trio

    Now I can cut forever......


























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    looks great! love the K390 liner and handle
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    Those look awesome
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    Thx guys!


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    Very nice work, Rookie! I love the look of polished/contoured carbon fiber. Mmmmmm! Where did you buy your handle rivets by chance? Those are sweet!
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    Those are awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyderNut View Post
    Very nice work, Rookie! I love the look of polished/contoured carbon fiber. Mmmmmm! Where did you buy your handle rivets by chance? Those are sweet!
    Got the handle screws here:

    http://www.kmts.co.za/Main.asp?D={CA836205-C9EC-4394-917A-072C8FBC6A72}&PageType=ProductList&CategoryID=130& PageNumber=2


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    Thanks, Rookie!
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    Those three should give us a lot of food threads.

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    Yeah, time to start slicing, dicing, and posting some delicacies!

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    The green and black pattern is very nice, same with the polished cf.
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    REALLY NICE work on those three! I'm working at getting my belt grinder going to accomplish that terrific contouring you have goin' on there!!! Something to strive for...!

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    Look really nice.
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