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Old 10-31-2010, 11:41 AM
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My problem with being a perfectionist is that even if nobody ever noticed, it would still bother me. You don't have to settle for it being anything less than perfect . I assume you are not on a time deadline . Take your time and rework those curves last after all the rest of the welding is completed and you will have much more pride in the finished product and be glad you took the time to make it a work of art . Allan
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