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    Ahah! Needles!

    I will try that. Thanks everyone for the ideas.

    Kayak Karl: A double-eye needle? Never heard of that one.

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dblcorona View Post
    I pulled some .025"(solid wire, not flux core) out of my mig welder and it works pretty good.
    Weird that this was the first post on this thread. This is what I did except mine was 0.35 flux. just what I had - plus its easier to break off.
    Those who expect disappointment are never disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsaults View Post
    I will try that. Thanks everyone for the ideas.

    Kayak Karl: A double-eye needle? Never heard of that one.

    Jim
    if you use needles, dull the points
    A double-eye needle- i have NO clue what it is really for??? but i LIKE it
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    Got carried away the other day and used some florists wire to make some continuous loops with braided masons line.
    Theres nothing like danglin in dixie!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pndwind View Post
    Got carried away the other day and used some florists wire to make some continuous loops with braided masons line.
    Not as frivolous as it sounds...they would make great prussic loops. Just about the only application for mason twine that won't drive you batspit crazy with tangles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgringo View Post
    Not as frivolous as it sounds...they would make great prussic loops. Just about the only application for mason twine that won't drive you batspit crazy with tangles.
    I used them for loops on toggles.
    Theres nothing like danglin in dixie!!!!

    Murphy's Law: When one toilet breaks they all break.....its all a buncha crap.

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