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Marv

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  1. With regards to the seed trays the originals 3 and 5 rib do have holes. I suspect that they actually help hold the parts together.
  2. Sorry but I disagree with point 16, I think this is something out there in the wild though not one piece, but made up of a couple of bits - piped bit and the base. Cobbling something like that would have taken far more effort than to have something at hand. It's just something no one has yet identified.
  3. For me it's a nice pack but if you cannot get anything from the post other than nice shots its not really worthy of being pinned.
  4. Shame there is no build reference shared with this
  5. Please let me know if you have another or better still a up90
  6. How did you dye your straps I've tried a couple of times and it just washes straight out?
  7. Where is this bit on the pack? Is it known what theses pieces are or from?
  8. Meant to post this a little while ago, sorry for the delay Chris:
  9. Will try and get a picture up later to show what I meant
  10. Here you go Chris if you ask seller they'll add more: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1000mL-Widemouth-Dual-Cap-White-Plastic-Chemical-Storage-Case-Bottle-Container/382419368999?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 Also put measurements you were after in the earlier post.
  11. That line denotes where the leather surround starts so I guess it depends how you construct the box as to where you trim If you take the height and width of the plate you have at the line that will give some of the radio dimensions for the box you are trying to construct. The box width is 85mm so I'm guessing +75mm from your line. The leather is 75mm wide, 2mm thick, the stitching is 5mm deep
  12. These are the parts I've managed to accumulate, was lucky and picked up a UP85 last week and my two replacement chemical bottles arrived yesterday, they are definitely a better fit. The Sonix was my first part, otherwise this was going to be a nonstarter.
  13. Chris the dimensions are they for a sonix? If so let me know what you need and I'll let you know what your after
  14. On your frame when the bottom material strap is in place, is the screw accessible for attaching the mortar tube (think that's the right term) or is it covered?
  15. I have to admit I've been thinking along the lines of ties or actually wire as a means of securing it all together, based on the fact that there are holes on the seed trays which lends itself to it, and that wire was obviously used to secure the Sonix too.
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