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Hey everyone, found this on youtube and thought it was a pretty handy bit of information. It literally cost me $2.28 for this string server instead of $25 for a store bought one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8ZwjSDd4j8&feature=related

I used a wing nut on mine, makes setting the resistance easier.
 

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Not bad for a qick serving but I would recomend buying something that has some better tention control if you want a good tight none slip serving job. Also the term "Bowyer" is a term that makes me want to slap people that call themselves that!

I work on bows, I'm a Bowyer
I change oil in cars, Im a Lube Technician
Nothing like self given titles
 

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good for a cheap quick fix at best , wouldn't use it for my servings ..
 

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i havent gotten a chance to use the one i made yet but i'll let you guys know how it works for me.
 

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not to be negative, but try using a Beiter serving jig sometime. you'll soon realise why they cost a few dollars, and why they are worth it.
 
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