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Great work, I have snaps behind my rivets, helps to break down the armor for air transportation, the clamshell is just a little wide for my suitcase ;) 

 

Keep up the great work.

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This kid is moving at warp speed! Nice job, Brendan!


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Thanks so much, guys!! :-D I'm having a blast.

 

Last night I glued in the remaining male snaps on the right side of the ab/kidney (but forgot to take pictures). It may be redundant, but I am adding one more strap on the the bottom of the right side, even though the belt is sufficient to hold it together. I'm just paranoid. :-)

 

Since the glue was still drying, this morning I moved on to the butt plate. Using the measurements from Ukswrath's ANOVOS build, I marked, drilled and countersunk holes for the two male snaps.

 

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And got the snaps installed. Again I used the supplied AP snaps here because they are visible from the outside (from a very specific, unlikely angle).

 

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I really liked the sturdiness of the elastic/ABS combo used for the shoulder bridges, so I decided to use it again here (even if it's a little overkill). I'll be turning the codpiece rivet into a snap on the inside, so I installed one female snap on the other end of the strap.

 

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Right about here, my latest (and probably final—probably) package from Amazon arrived with more snaps. Just in time! There are also some more rare earth magnets, a belt for my thigh garter, and some springs and clear cabochons (I didn't know what these were until yesterday!) to enhance my E-11 a little.

 

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With my snap stock replenished, I made straps for the ab/kidney connections, as well as the 14 remaining male snap assemblies I'll need to put the rest of the torso together. After this, I'll only need to make snaps for the thighs and possibly for the forearms.

 

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And lastly, I got the male snaps glued into the butt plate. The rest will go into place on the other pieces tomorrow, after the current round of gluing is finished.

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That's it for now! As always, your critique is much appreciated. Thanks everyone! :-)

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks so much, guys!! :-D I'm having a blast.

 

Last night I glued in the remaining male snaps on the right side of the ab/kidney (but forgot to take pictures). It may be redundant, but I am adding one more strap on the the bottom of the right side, even though the belt is sufficient to hold it together. I'm just paranoid. :-)

 

Since the glue was still drying, this morning I moved on to the butt plate. Using the measurements from Ukswrath's ANOVOS build, I marked, drilled and countersunk holes for the two male snaps.

 

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And got the snaps installed. Again I used the supplied AP snaps here because they are visible from the outside (from a very specific, unlikely angle).

 

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I really liked the sturdiness of the elastic/ABS combo used for the shoulder bridges, so I decided to use it again here (even if it's a little overkill). I'll be turning the codpiece rivet into a snap on the inside, so I installed one female snap on the other end of the strap.

 

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Right about here, my latest (and probably final—probably) package from Amazon arrived with more snaps. Just in time! There are also some more rare earth magnets, a belt for my thigh garter, and some springs and clear cabochons (I didn't know what these were until yesterday!) to enhance my E-11 a little.

 

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With my snap stock replenished, I made straps for the ab/kidney connections, as well as the 14 remaining male snap assemblies I'll need to put the rest of the torso together. After this, I'll only need to make snaps for the thighs and possibly for the forearms.

 

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And lastly, I got the male snaps glued into the butt plate. The rest will go into place on the other pieces tomorrow, after the current round of gluing is finished.

 

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That's it for now! As always, your critique is much appreciated. Thanks everyone! :-)

 

 

 

 

 

Brendan...do you work? Lol. Where do you find the time to do all the building?! Nice idea on your elastic and ABS on your COD piece. Overkill? Nahhh! You’re just protecting your expensive armor. I still have yet to reinforce the sides and neck of my chest.

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Bud Spaklur said:

Brendan...do you work? Lol. Where do you find the time to do all the building?! Nice idea on your elastic and ABS on your COD piece. Overkill? Nahhh! You’re just protecting your expensive armor. I still have yet to reinforce the sides and neck of my chest.

 

 

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Haha! Yes, I do work! My workday just happens to accommodate armour-building really well. Our family owns and runs a music school in our town, and since most of our students are kids in public school, we don't open until 2:00pm on weekdays. That means that most days I have a few hours in the morning to build before heading into the office. :lol:

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Coming along nicely. With elastic straps I normally use a soldering iron to make the hole but then add a drop of E6000 to the area before adding the snaps, doing both of these does help to stop the snaps pulling through, nice work on add the abs strip, they will work just the same ;) 

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Hello everyone!

I didn't get the opportunity to post yesterday, but I've had a productive couple of mornings.

While the glue was drying on the male snaps, I measured and created the remaining female snap straps I would need for the torso assembly. 

 

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Then, after the glue had dried, I measured, drilled and installed the cod rivet. As aforementioned, I turned it into a male snap on the inside to connect to the posterior strap.

 

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And with that in place, I was able to do my first real fit of the torso assembly! Much to my relief, everything seemed to line up well and I was comfortable while wearing it. I think I'll sand down the inside return edges just a bit—unaltered, they're a little sharp. I do still have to install the tab and slot system on my right side—you'll notice the ab and kidney aren't yet flush with each other.

 

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Question about the thigh garter—in those photos, I am wearing my black belt comfortably around my waist, but you can see it from the side angles. Is this normal? Or should it be worn higher up on my stomach?

 

Moving on, I started with the ammo belt. 

 

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First, I scored and snapped it out.

 

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Then, after measuring and marking the centre of the canvas belt, I marked and trimmed the corners of the ammo belt at 45º. I also marked the points along the ammo belt that would be drilled for pop rivets.

 

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Then, using this image is a reference, I marked the points on the ab section for male snaps. However, I had read on a couple of threads that on AP suits the lefthand side snap  (right side of the photo) should measure 40mm instead of 59mm. With this in mind, I drilled and installed the male snaps.

 

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Then, as others suggest, I traced the tips of the male snaps with a pencil and lined up the canvas belt in the proper position. Pressing on the male snaps left marks on the canvas belt where the female snaps would be installed.

 

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And with the female snaps installed, I was able to attach the canvas belt to the ab.

 

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Afterwards, I lined up the ammo belt over the canvas, followed the curve of the ab, and marked through the drill holes for rivets. I might have overthought this step a little—in hindsight, it probably would have been fine to lay the belt flat and rivet it that way. As it is, my ammo belt has a slight outward bend on the left side when laid flat, but not on the right side. I should have taken a picture. I don't think it's a big deal at all, though—when it's curved, it aligns just fine and there's no issue. 

 

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And lastly, I cut, trimmed and sanded the rivet covers for the belt. I also tidied the paint on my ab button plates. These pieces have all been installed with e6000 and are now drying. I didn't have any clamps that could reach far enough, and magnets kept pulling the buttons out of position, so I end up just pressing them in with glue and leaving them as they are. From what I've read, that should be sufficient. We'll see tomorrow once it's dry. Fingers crossed!

 

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And that's it for now! Thanks in advance for your feedback and suggestions. :-D Talk soon!

 

 

 

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Keep it up! You'll appreciate later that you curved the plastic ammo belt when attaching it. I didn't do that the first time I built my belt and there was stress on the plastic reinforcement inside the canvas belt and quite a bit on the rivets when I snapped it to the ab. It's a small detail but it will help with the longevity of the connections.

 

Regarding the garter belt, I think it's just fine where you have it, you want to be as comfortable as you can be. And when you're fully kitted up it won't be very visible as the ammo belt almost completely covers it up. Most of the general public won't even notice it. When it comes time I'd also recommend running the garter straps along the sides of your legs instead of the front, this allows for more flexibility and movement. You can see how the belt and straps sit in my setup below:

 

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59 minutes ago, MakeNoiseMan said:

I might have overthought this step a little

Nope, following the curve is the best way to do it - if it looks wierd laying on the table you know you´ve done it right:duim:

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Nice work, coming along great. Just with the ab buttons if you are aiming for the higher levels don't go too wide with the paint, screen used didn't fill the whole button

 

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You're making awesome progress, much better than my slow progression.

 

Love the detail your putting into your posts.

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Incredible progress, Brendan!  Just a few minor items that may help..

 

I realize that you have already set the snaps to hold the belt in place, and that the requirements are met for L3 at this point but hopefully the top of the belt will cover a little more of the ab button plate.  Again, not a deal breaker by any means, but just my OCD nature, lol.

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You may want to think about shaving down the return edge at the top of your ab plate just a bit.  It doesn't appear to make your chest plate bulge out, but may cut into you and get a bit uncomfortable while trooping, especially once you get strapped in and your belt is tightened.  

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One of the issues we see a lot is misalignment of the posterior/kidney connection, but you pretty much nailed it.  Well done!

 

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Gotta say that this is one of the best build threads I have seen in quite a while, sir.  Keep up the great work!

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On 1/17/2019 at 4:46 PM, Scimitar said:

I'd also recommend running the garter straps along the sides of your legs instead of the front

That is an excellent idea, thank you! I'll do that for sure.

 

On 1/17/2019 at 4:57 PM, TheSwede said:

if it looks wierd laying on the table you know you´ve done it right:duim:

Awesome!! That's a relief, haha.

 

On 1/17/2019 at 6:17 PM, gmrhodes13 said:

Just with the ab buttons if you are aiming for the higher levels don't go too wide with the paint, screen used didn't fill the whole button

Sure! I can take some more off no problem. I'll save that bit for a little later, like re-doing my tube stripes. Once I've got my application for basic acceptance submitted I'll go back over and touch up the paint for L3. :-D

 

5 hours ago, BigCara said:

You're making awesome progress, much better than my slow progression.

Thanks! Don't worry about speed—I just happen to have a lot of time. Enjoy the process! I sure have. :-D

 

4 hours ago, justjoseph63 said:

Gotta say that this is one of the best build threads I have seen in quite a while, sir.  Keep up the great work!

Thanks so much!! That means a lot. It has been (and continues to be) so much fun. And thanks for the tips, I will trim some more off the ab return edge—I definitely value comfort. :-) It maaay be a little too late to move my belt higher. We'll see how it looks when it all comes together. If it is an issue, I'll make it happen!

 

Onwards we go! It's been a busy few days. Starting now, I've got a (soft) deadline on my build! For two reasons: Firstly, I'll be moving in about 45 days and would love to have the suit finished before I start boxing up my house. Secondly, I'll have my first opportunity to troop as a TK (if it's ready) on February 8th! The event is with a local costume hobby group I'm with called Heroically Ever After, but they are running a Star Wars segment of the day in partnership with the Southwestern Ontario branch of the Canadian Garrison. Even if the TK isn't ready by then, I'm very much looking forward to meeting the other troopers in my area. Woohoo!

Back to the build: With the ammo belt finished, I started working on the drop boxes. I decided to try and make them functional storage compartments for small items like money, ID or keys. I cut out and trimmed the outer and inner boxes, and cut the elastic and velcro strapping I'll use for the assembly:

 

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They'll be fastened together at the bottom with nylon, and attach together at the top with velcro. Hopefully this works! If not, they'll still be sufficiently decorative. :-)

 

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Tomorrow, the glue will be finished drying and I can attach them to the belt.

 

Next, my acrylic paint arrived in the mail, so I spent a little time with my E-11. Here's how it comes in it's original (gorgeous) state from Brett and Quest Design Canada:


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Firstly, I stretched and installed a spring I bought off of Amazon. The width was labelled 19mm, which fit into the 20mm back opening of the gun perfectly without any need for adhesion. After that, I glued the back cap on with E6000.

 

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Then I got to painting! I followed advice and colour choices from this great youtube video:

 

 

I also painted the back of these clear cabochons black and glued them into either end of the scope to simulate glass. The smaller one is 10mm and fit perfectly, the larger one is 25mm and had to be sanded down a little. 

 

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And the result:

 

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I am very happy with how it turned out!

 

And finally, I attached my holster to the canvas belt. I used this image as a guide for measurements. Quick note, I found the measurement between drill holes to be approximately 12cm on the AP-supplied holster. 

 

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I marked, drilled and cauterized the holes.

 

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Once again, I fastened male snaps on the inside with split rivets on the outside. Then, I installed female snaps on the holster straps—which, by the way, thanks Mark (AP) for supplying the tan leather straps! From earlier threads, I assumed I was going to have to track some down myself. A pleasant surprise that they were already this colour. :-)

 

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And that's where we are for now! Next I'll be installing the tab and slot system on the abs, and then I think all that's left are the thighs and shins (and painting some rivets white). We're getting there!

 

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Good luck on the 8th Feb. I’m sure you’ll have a great time, in kit or out. :-)

 

Your blaster’s looking really nice. I also watched that video before painting mine and there are some good ideas in there.

 

Just a couple of small things for your consideration. The t-tracks on the screen used E-11s were plastic, so would not have the metal effect weathering. (Same goes for the grip and the rear half of the Hengstler, neither of which you’ve weathered, by the looks of it).

 

Also, although many hengstler counters had fallen off during filming (as, rumour has it, they were simply hot glued on), some of the E-11 reference material indicates that the hengstler counted would sit a little higher than you have yours. Following the FISD E-11 Blaster reference, the top of the Hengstler counter would line up approximately with the centre line of the scope. As below;

 

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Obviously, I’m not saying that you should make these changes, just some details I’ve picked up on over time. :-)

 

Keep up the great work.

 

Dan

 

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That's awesome. Great work on those snaps. I love the reinforcement. 

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Brendan- I cant believe how quickly you’re getting this build done. As for the blaster- what’re your plans with it?

 

I feel like we should start a pool and take bets on when you’ll complete and submit the build for approval.

 

 

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On 1/20/2019 at 12:27 PM, CableGuy said:

Good luck on the 8th Feb. I’m sure you’ll have a great time, in kit or out. :-)

 

Your blaster’s looking really nice. I also watched that video before painting mine and there are some good ideas in there.

 

Just a couple of small things for your consideration. The t-tracks on the screen used E-11s were plastic, so would not have the metal effect weathering. (Same goes for the grip and the rear half of the Hengstler, neither of which you’ve weathered, by the looks of it).

 

Also, although many hengstler counters had fallen off during filming (as, rumour has it, they were simply hot glued on), some of the E-11 reference material indicates that the hengstler counted would sit a little higher than you have yours. Following the FISD E-11 Blaster reference, the top of the Hengstler counter would line up approximately with the centre line of the scope. As below;

 

Thanks for the tips! I can remove the weathering from the T-tracks no problem (I think—if not, I'll paint over them with black).

As for the hengstler (that's a new word for me!), I don't think I can move it. The whole piece came as one resin model from Quest Design. If any fellow owners of this model can correct me on that, I'd be glad to hear it :-)

 

15 hours ago, ABS80 said:

Great job!!!!

 

8 hours ago, Pretzel said:

That's awesome. Great work on those snaps. I love the reinforcement. 

Thanks so much!! I appreciate it!

 

6 hours ago, Bud Spaklur said:

Brendan- I cant believe how quickly you’re getting this build done. As for the blaster- what’re your plans with it?

 

I feel like we should start a pool and take bets on when you’ll complete and submit the build for approval.

 

 

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Haha! I promise I'm not rushing. Just super motivated! As for the blaster, I don't currently have plans to do more work on it—unless I am missing something for L3 :-)

 

 

Today, my drop boxes had finished drying, so I got them hooked up to the belt. They seem like they'll do a fine job of storing small things like cash and ID! The velcro on top keeps them securely shut, so no worry of anything falling out. In fact, they're a little too hard to open, but I don't anticipating needing to open them mid-troop often, if ever.

 

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Like my other elastics, I wanted to reinforce these straps with ABS. I cut out 1" squares to fasten into the elastic.

 

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Because of the extra layer of ABS, my pop rivets didn't reach all the way through, so I used chicago screws instead. I also put a small dab of superglue at the top and bottom edges of the canvas belt to stop the elastics from sliding out of place.

 

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And here's everything I have so far! It feels so cool to wear. 

 

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Lastly for today, I got the first pieces glued that I'll need for the tab and slot on my right side kidney/ab. Tomorrow I'll glue the top plates on these pieces and they should slide between each other nicely.

 

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That's it for now! I've just started cutting out the thigh pieces. More to come later on. Thanks in advance for your critiques! :-)

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Hi everyone! Small update. I got started on my thighs. 

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Got them fitted comfortably and the raised cover-strip section is 20mm.

 

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Cut some inner strips out of scrap ABS and glued them in.

 

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Question—would it be acceptable to use PlasticWeld and close up the disconnect of the thigh trim (just beneath the cover strips)? I know a small "crack" there is fine, but in this regard I dig the "idealized" look. Sanded and painted white, I think it would blend in well. If this is a no-no, it shan't be done! 

Lastly, I glued on the remaining bits for my ab/kidney tab and slot. Hopefully it works as I envision! If not, it's no biggie to re-do.

 

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That's all for now! Thanks troopers :-)

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21 hours ago, Thumpy~ said:

Very good, detailed build!

Thanks so much! :-)

 

Today was leg day! Last night I got the front of my thighs connected via the inner cover strip. I'm thinking I'll glue on the front finishing strip too before I close them at the back, just to ensure maximum sturdiness along the way.

 

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This morning, I got started on my shins. 

 

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I trimmed them out and fitted them. They fit quite well by following Mark's trim lines at the back and trimming to a 20mm raised edge along the front. 

 

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After that, I cut out and installed the inner cover strips. For the front of the shins, I'll be using a ~15mm strip as normal, but I cut 25mm strips for the backs. I'll be closing them with velcro, and plan to install velcro to both the outer and inner cover strips at the back of the shins. I'm hoping it'll be an extra strong connection that way. I also made sure that I was gluing in such a way that my velcro cover strips will "overlap" towards the inside, as per the CRL requirement.

 

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Lastly, my tab and slot system had finished drying and I was relieved to find it worked as intended!

 

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Now the ab and kidney close quite evenly together. Huzzah!

More updates to come later. Thanks everyone! :-)

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Nice work

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Nice job!!   When you get ready to attach the rivets this may help:

 

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Great Looking Build Brendan. Nice Work. :duim:

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You are rocking this build!  Nice work.  Someone has clearly done their homework. :duim:

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