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09-15-2019, 01:20 AM

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Originally Posted by RiverCity View Post
Im guessing milk dud?

Lots of single layer tips can 'fluff' out, because there isnt a lot of consistency from tip to tip.

Elkmasters are well known to do this, even when pressed ala milk dud.

If your tip guy is reputable, he should replace it no charge assuming it was his tip. If you brought it to him for install only, you should pay to have it changed out.
thanks river
the tip was a gift, I'm not sure what it is exactly
but I paid for it, and also it's eventual replacement
when tips fluff out like this, are they automatically bunk or ?
I was thinking about trying an elkmaster next..never tried one before


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