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Armorskids on my new Deluxe 30

Made my own spacers from polypropylene plastic.

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nice!
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Where did you get the polypropylene plastic from? Nice job!
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Where did you get the polypropylene plastic from? Nice job!
I got it from a place I do HVAC work at. They do aluminum and titanium anodizing. Every time they build a new tank they have extra material. They give me as much as I need.

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very cool. I need to come up with some spacers in order to make some armor skids work on my TRS-32.
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I would guess an old plastic cutting board might work as well and easy to find.
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very cool. I need to come up with some spacers in order to make some armor skids work on my TRS-32.
Armorskids offers steel spacers for $15. The only reason I made mine is because I didn't think I was going to need them. Then they arrived and I realized I didn't have the clearance I thought I had.

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