A new Set: 50 class standups 6'

Discussion in 'Rod Building' started by flatliner, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. flatliner

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    Busy spring, but have time to post now. Enjoy!
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  2. Bazztex

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    Wow.. very nice work.. those look too good to get Tuna Blood on!

    Bazz :)
     

  3. kidflex

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  4. flatliner

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    They look even better with Tuna blood and an angler weeping and sitting on the deck next to a big fatty bluefin!!!
     
  5. HWK

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    Damn, that's nice, the abalone looks cool ...
     
  6. publius

    publius Junior member

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    Sorry for resurrecting an old post but I have to say that those rods are absolutely beautiful.
     
  7. flatliner

    flatliner Senior Member

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    Sorry for resurrecting an old post but I have to say that those rods are absolutely beautiful.
    I don't mind a bit. No one minds compliments. Know anyone that wants a set, send um my way. I would appreciate it.

    Kevin
     
  8. Iman

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    what do you use to make the materal shine??
     
  9. flatliner

    flatliner Senior Member

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    Just finish. The veneer is absolutely amazing!!
     
  10. Iman

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    From where can I buy On the web I mean cos At malta i dont think we have for sale. I used the yacht marine varnish but I did not get the finish as in those pictures. From where can I read more to learn how to do the rod building?:D
     
  11. d-a

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  12. Iman

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    which flex coat epoxy should I but to make the guides andthe rest of the rod. or all epoxy are the same?
     
  13. d-a

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    which flex coat epoxy should I but to make the guides andthe rest of the rod. or all epoxy are the same?

    I use the high build as well as the lite build. The lite build is easier to work with and will require multiple coats to get a thick finish that can be had with one application of the high build

    d-a