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Old 03-30-2014, 08:09 PM   #21
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Me too! The dude they're bound for is going to sell them and I like to make sure they have nice clean end cuts and no rips in them as they'll store for a long time if they're in good shape. Plus the fact that lots of buyers can be pretty particular about the condition and I don't want him to have any complaints/call-backs. The pile of 'rejects' was about triple that size and will go to the bad kids in the neighborhood, hahaha!

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