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Catty Shack
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I bought a new set of ABB from the classifieds and when I verified the lengths they were dead nuts. But short after installing them the serving on one of the cables starting to loosen. I toughed it with a tiny dab of superglue which has kept the serving in place.

But now I want to reserve it over the winter - that's a looong serving, anyone know what size and brand they use for the clear serving? Thanks.
 

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today's macguyver
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I bought a new set of ABB from the classifieds and when I verified the lengths they were dead nuts. But short after installing them the serving on one of the cables starting to loosen. I toughed it with a tiny dab of superglue which has kept the serving in place.

But now I want to reserve it over the winter - that's a looong serving, anyone know what size and brand they use for the clear serving? Thanks.
.014 white halo ,i also use the The BCY serving Clarifier .
www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_...white+halo.TRS0&_nkw=.014+white+halo&_sacat=0
www.ebay.com/itm/BCY-SERVING-CLARIF...443575?hash=item58fb9c4137:g:B4IAAOSwwAdaAkkn
Here is a flo purple set and a siler set done with the.014 white halo .
DSCN1715.jpg DSCN1939.jpg
 

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today's macguyver
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Tim you have to play with the tension on your jig , the tighter the more clear it is , then just put some of the clarifier on and rub it down the string ,kinda like putting a clear finish on something ,lol.
then let it dry .
 

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Catty Shack
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Thanks Tim, that will give me something to do this winter. :thumbs_up

I use to build fishing rods and I think I used white silk thread wraps for a clear looking finish with just the guide feet showing.
 
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