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    You should just see the Chair peeping out at the top of the B&P,
    don't have a better pic to had at the moment
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    Great fittings for saddles and shear ties with the half moon washers, Glad i never had to use them for ledgers, bet they were i right awkward thing to use for that??
    Claret and Blue through and through!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Reade View Post
    You should just see the Chair peeping out at the top of the B&P,
    don't have a better pic to had at the moment
    Been furiously going through the old paperwork in the attic to find Chair with band and plate illustration without success over the past days, well done AL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Binthere View Post
    Been furiously going through the old paperwork in the attic to find Chair with band and plate illustration without success over the past days, well done AL.
    It's not knowing the answers that matters its knowing where to find them that's important

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    Great post with some excellent feed back
    Came across an article on Linkedin regarding the BP/(set) I have try to posted it but cant paste it over ,I am suer Gary Adams,or yourself Alan may add some help and add this different version to this post
    I will click the like button on my home page on LinKedin to share with you and Gary
    See of you can spot the Differences in the Design

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    Click on All Albums ( top left ) page 26 good pic of chair...
    Your only as good as your last Job

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    Some of the old SGB gangs fastest I've ever seen. But if one was dropped run for your life there'd be more than a few holes, if it missed you the energy produced when hitting the ground could take a truck out. Always best to bomb in boxed pairs as advised (when bombing was taught as an art by old skool and credibility judge on your courage/strength and aiming skills not NVQ results)

    P.S wet blankets and the usual im shocked there's a toeboard clip missing P.C. brigade feel free to comment.

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    Cheers for that Teesside and everyone else who posted.
    Throwing set was also an art form
    I was quite good at it almost but when they came apart as already stated feck knows what way it they would go
    et dux fluit dux
    if you want Square work DONT cut corners

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    Aye, the Daddy of them all…ingenious design, quality sprung steel band hence the uncertainty of the direction of the Rick o' Shay when it hit the deck from hight…

    Question : Urban Myth… True or False…

    B & P + D/H were first used in conjunction with 1 inch and 27/28 th's O/D water pipes ( Maximum Length of water pipes just so happened to be 21 Feet )

    The only coupler you can deploy with two six inch nails
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