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JC 10-09-2011 09:13 AM

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Originally Posted by realkingcobra (Post 3244010)
I appreciate your birds eye view on leveling slates, what I wrote about leveling slates was to try and help out the DYI table owners as there is nothing in writing anywhere else on this subject to be found. There is a lot more to leveling slates than even you can imagine, which is why I chose to write a more simplified way...as opposed to the low-low leveling system I use myself, which is not for the faint to try:grin:

Glen

There's a lot more to almost everything than I can imagine. That's why I imagine things as simply as I can and learn from there. And you're right, the reason I came to my conclusions is because there are scarcely written instructions to be found so I simply had to figure it out, right or wrong. My response was to the guy who your tutorial brought DIY despair, not as a criticism of any kind.:smile: Had I had the resource of this thread first I may never even have gotten my straight edge involved. Being new to this forum I see you share your experience and knowlege here selflessly which I admire. Your pictorial thread here on fixing up the GC2 with the rail extensions was awesome. I would like to purchase any DVD's you have produced. Where and how may I do this? Thanks,

John

matteroner 10-13-2011 10:04 AM

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Originally Posted by metmot (Post 3244200)
There's a lot more to almost everything than I can imagine. That's why I imagine things as simply as I can and learn from there. And you're right, the reason I came to my conclusions is because there are scarcely written instructions to be found so I simply had to figure it out, right or wrong. My response was to the guy who your tutorial brought DIY despair, not as a criticism of any kind.:smile: Had I had the resource of this thread first I may never even have gotten my straight edge involved. Being new to this forum I see you share your experience and knowlege here selflessly which I admire. Your pictorial thread here on fixing up the GC2 with the rail extensions was awesome. I would like to purchase any DVD's you have produced. Where and how may I do this? Thanks,

John

the thing is ...if you follow the directions your table will be level....trust me I was going through the steps ...and was like this is redundant or why the heck am doing this .....but I followed exactly and the results were perfect ....so there may be easier and quicker ways of doing it ...but this is an easy to follow manual ...and you can't argue with the results.

I think your system with the straight edge would work great if the slates themselves were flat and true ...but they are not ....so a method that takes the average flatness is what you need and I think this is what this system achieves ..

janaka 11-23-2011 05:13 PM

Fantastic write up.
I've got a 9' Brunswick Metro Tournament table waiting to be setup and I think with this kind of instruction I can undertake the assembly.

Can you please send me the file to : brantford_swp@yahoo.ca ?

Greatly appreciated.

Jason

TableTek 01-06-2012 05:56 PM

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Originally Posted by realkingcobra (Post 621614)
This is in 8 pages, this is page one.
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realkingcobra 01-24-2012 11:27 PM

Back to the top.

Dartman 01-25-2012 04:54 PM

This thread needs to be a sticky.

realkingcobra 01-25-2012 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Dartman (Post 3422571)
This thread needs to be a sticky.

It was, until someone decided to have it removed:(

JoeyInCali 01-25-2012 04:58 PM

My head hurts from sleeping in the server room.

AzHousePro 07-12-2012 01:10 PM

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Just a quick attachment to the thread...

Mike


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