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  1. Da dual action sander. For long flat surfaces you could also use an idiot stick. No I'm not making that up lol
  2. nitrofan

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    Full torque from zero rpm being the main advantage as well as very low and substantial center of gravity
  3. My wife got me an 86 inch lg 4k smart TV for my birthday this week. Barely over 2k. Love it!
  4. Seems like cable TV coax is the number one culprit for these problems
  5. Whatever it costs it's worth it to me not to have to worry about it being delayed when I want to watch or listen to something
  6. This is a ridiculous argument. It's like asking someone if they'd rather have a solid piece of wood cut from a tree or a bunch of wood giblets glued together and them answering "give me the wood giblets please, as I feel they are superior" Who would do that?
  7. 2 sub12s an rw12d and a jtr captivator 2400 all this way currently
  8. Why not? I have subs that have been configured this way for over 4 years with no problems
  9. Set it to be on all the time, not auto on
  10. This is what I ended up doing
  11. I agree this last post seems like the best option. Thank you. The only pictures I have of my current front end are on my phone and I cannot figure out how to post them on here. Nothing special though birch raw lascalas with cane grills, black rc7, rear projection 82 inch Mitsubishi that's going away and 2 towers that my wife refinished in black to hold components on each side. A thrift store find for 25 bucks lol. painted a 1 by 12 black and placed across the top of those to hold the rc7. Worked well but wanted to try the center lower. Thanks guys
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