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Author: Subject: Nylon or similar material wanted
givemethebighammer

posted on 18/8/09 at 05:42 PM Reply With Quote
Nylon or similar material wanted

I need two strips of nylon or a similar tough, slippery material 30mm x 10mm x 2000mm. If any one has any or knows where I can get some in the Leicestershire area I have beer tokens waiting.

Thanks

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graememk

posted on 18/8/09 at 05:57 PM Reply With Quote
pound shop nylon chopping board
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tomgregory2000

posted on 18/8/09 at 06:01 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by graememk
pound shop nylon chopping board


Wow i would like to see a 2m long chopping board

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graememk

posted on 18/8/09 at 06:05 PM Reply With Quote
not hard to join, cut sand and polish.
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givemethebighammer

posted on 18/8/09 at 06:25 PM Reply With Quote
lol

It's to fill the gap either side in an up and over garage door. Idea is to attach it to either side of the door so it comes down smoothly without catching on the stone door surround
(no frame attached to the stonework).

I'd rather do it in one piece than sticking lots of pieces together. I know nylon comes in 2000mm x 1000mm (ish) sheets so hoped maybe someone might have an offcut.

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Mix

posted on 19/8/09 at 02:32 AM Reply With Quote
Hi

How about using 'P' section trim? Wouldn't this be easier to source and provide a better seal by virtue of it's compliance?

Cheers Mick

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givemethebighammer

posted on 19/8/09 at 09:21 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Mix
Hi

How about using 'P' section trim? Wouldn't this be easier to source and provide a better seal by virtue of it's compliance?

Cheers Mick


Thanks Mick, but it really does need to fill the gap between the door and the surround, it's a double door and it wobbles on it's runners as it comes down, sometimes catching on the stone door surround in the process.

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