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Yesterday was BBB day for me. First thing i did was snap a pic of the boxes on the porch and then i brought them in to open up

and look over the parts and check them out. 

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here is the kit after opening the boxes. im sure everyone has already seen an ATA kit but i thought id post it just so that id have it for 

the starting photos of my build thread

 

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It's always great to see another box opening!!  Congratulations and let's the fun begins :jc_doublethumbup: :happyandcheerfulbirthday:  

 

Feel free to ask whatever question you have. We are here to help.! :salute:

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Nothing better than BBB photos, well there is but I'll not go there ;) 

 

Don't forget the golden rule, measure twice and cut once and in doubt ask or check our gallery sections

 

Good luck and looking forward to seeing your build progress :duim:

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Did some work today on a few parts.  here is some photos of the trimming ive done. Im leaving a bit of return edge on them for now, until i am  ready to start fitting. i would post more but i apparently only have 7kb left of photos that i can post here. i dont know how im going to post more if that is the case.

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Forum only allows a certain amount of images per member, with the size of this detachment you could imagine how much data would have to be stored if everyone could post unlimited images.

 

Most of us use an free online photo host, upload your images there then copy the links back to your thread.

 

Here is a great how to

 

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Once you get the hang of using imgur, adding photos will actually be pretty easy.  We suggest posting as many as possible, especially when you have an issue or question as it will make it much easier for us to offer advice.

I have a few tutorials under my avatar below that may help with your build, but always feel free to ask if you have a problem or query before cutting or gluing.  As Glen says:  "There are no silly questions. just silly mistakes".

We are here for ya' every step of the way!

 

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