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    Posted: 04 Sep 2011 at 11:40am
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PE5 , here are some photos of how I do my trim bands , I am sure there are other ways , but this will give you a starting point .
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Cheers mate I'll give it a go
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looks more like an inlay to me ... HA HA.....
 
I do mine completely differently to this too - maybe its an older methid.....I'll take pics next time I do them ......
 
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Yeah that's how I do mine, don't use any tape though but I think the tape method makes sense , now I've seen it.. Now let's have a debate about whether to put the ends on top of the rod or under neath! Wink As for me, I put mine inline with the guide feet.
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yerrr inlay , Spin I put on the side of blank , casting other side of guide feet [ bottom ] , reason so when you are fishing you will not see where wrap has be finished .
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Originally posted by Red Hunter Red Hunter wrote:

yerrr inlay , Spin I put on the side of blank , casting other side of guide feet [ bottom ] , reason so when you are fishing you will not see where wrap has be finished .
 
yep - thats the way to do it - so you cant see them when you are fishing
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