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badger stretching #409907
11/12/07 07:23 PM
11/12/07 07:23 PM
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do you still open badger up and nail to a board or put up cased on a board if so what board fur in or out. thanks tim




Re: badger stretching [Re: stinkey] #409915
11/12/07 07:25 PM
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Badger can be put up one of 2 ways - open or cased fur out.

Do NOT put them up cased fur in.

You might want to check with your buyer and see if he/she has a preference. I think NAFA and FH both recommend cased fur out.

Re: badger stretching [Re: Bushmaster] #409944
11/12/07 07:39 PM
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thank you have plenty of coon boards




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