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ukswrath

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  1. Velcro or tape will work though 3M industrial velcro seems to work best. Tape tends to pull off when there's too much humidity.
  2. Glen you are an extremely valuable asset to this detachment.
  3. Glad the build thread has helped, and you like the electronic goodies . Thanks for the support.
  4. Great question. Glues like plastic weld (Devcon or equivalent) help to prevent flexibility at the seams which will cause paint cracking.
  5. Hey Daryl run the bell support brackets as deep as they'll go. Once you apply the glue ensure the small tabs are glued as well. The small tabs are there to help give the area that's cracking more support.
  6. With a splitter, a headset should work just fine however, because of close proximity of all the components and the need to reduce feedback issues the omni mic that is supplied is best suited for the system. Lastly if you were thinking of going wireless be aware a couple millisecond delay when speaking to transmission is normal. Some folks are ok with it, it drives me nuts. Hope this helps
  7. Looking awesome, keep up the great work
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