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Old 08-07-2008, 06:03 AM   #31
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<I'm looking for ideas from the hardware specialists since, while they don't know precisely what it's for, they know of various un-thought of tools/gadgets/hardware that can be used to come up with various rigs.>

Let me explain something.
1. Most of us are do it yourselfers, some are tradesman and maybe a few might be hardware specialists, but we are not specialists in do-hickey gadgets of what you are looking for. You won't find these items in a professional hardware store.
2. You refuse to give enough information, so why should we even help you.
3. Whatever you are trying to do; it is outright silly. A pipe, a piece of furniture, must be secured without marring the furniture...........surely you jest or are you playing head games with us. If you took the furniture to a repair shop and ask them do what you want; you would be thrown out of the store.
4. You will have to troll to another forum and play games with them.

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Post a picture of what your seeing, if you can't do that for us we can't help you, if none of this info is helping then do look else where, we have tried to help, and you don't like what you hear then were sorry. There was plenty of options given. Good Luck
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Sorry, I have no experience with Gerbil tubes
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Yes -- without marring. If with it then I wouldn't even bother asking for an obvious answer. It's not my fault most of you are uncreative. I don't know why 90% of you are so cynical; it's hilarious. *Goes AFLUATRF*
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Yes -- without marring. If with it then I wouldn't even bother asking for an obvious answer. It's not my fault most of you are uncreative. I don't know why 90% of you are so cynical; it's hilarious. *Goes AFLUATRF*
If that's how you feel, that please take your problem else where, this thread is now closed.

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