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Does anyone know the proper way to rotate a board? Or is it just pull up the nails and move the spider two frames right or left.
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Not sure what you mean by pull up the nails????? I just rotate the board about 3 segments every other week and remove the number ring and put it back in correct orientation.
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I do exactly as above.

Only the number ring is removed and the board spun a few segments on the single screw holding it onto the bracket, then replace the number ring.
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I was shown years ago by a old wise man, turn the board to opposite segment ie 20 =3 then move clockwise 18 becomes 20 and then turn to the 3 segment and so on!!!!
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rabs way is the best way i say isay isay rooster rabs way is the best way
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Maybe it's a snap.
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(06-16-2013, 07:10 PM)rabsmith2 Wrote: I was shown years ago by a old wise man, turn the board to opposite segment ie 20 =3 then move clockwise 18 becomes 20 and then turn to the 3 segment and so on!!!!

so you turn it all the way round to put the 20 segment where the 3 segment was then the segment that was 18 is now the 7 segment, then you move the old 18 to the 20 segment???? I'm confused LOL!

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Getting back to my question is it a snap or a screw? The four things that seem to hold the spider in place.
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The wee black bits that hold the spider in are nailed on but you don't have to touch them, you just pull the spider out form the black bit and then rotate.
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(06-17-2013, 08:58 AM)Getagrip Wrote:
(06-16-2013, 07:10 PM)rabsmith2 Wrote: I was shown years ago by a old wise man, turn the board to opposite segment ie 20 =3 then move clockwise 18 becomes 20 and then turn to the 3 segment and so on!!!!

so you turn it all the way round to put the 20 segment where the 3 segment was then the segment that was 18 is now the 7 segment, then you move the old 18 to the 20 segment???? I'm confused LOL!

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Always opposite black segments keeps the bristles from swelling unevenly. In lay man terms the brand name should be now a the 3, your next turn would be the 7, turn the 7 up to the 20 spot change wire to make it the new 20.then opposite for your next turn.
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I'm not understanding this talk of removing the spider! Why?
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(06-17-2013, 02:49 PM)Tormentor Wrote: I'm not understanding this talk of removing the spider! Why?


I think he meant number ring
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Must be
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(06-17-2013, 01:49 PM)rabsmith2 Wrote:
(06-17-2013, 08:58 AM)Getagrip Wrote:
(06-16-2013, 07:10 PM)rabsmith2 Wrote: I was shown years ago by a old wise man, turn the board to opposite segment ie 20 =3 then move clockwise 18 becomes 20 and then turn to the 3 segment and so on!!!!

so you turn it all the way round to put the 20 segment where the 3 segment was then the segment that was 18 is now the 7 segment, then you move the old 18 to the 20 segment???? I'm confused LOL!

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Always opposite black segments keeps the bristles from swelling unevenly. In lay man terms the brand name should be now a the 3, your next turn would be the 7, turn the 7 up to the 20 spot change wire to make it the new 20.then opposite for your next turn.

Gotcha!


And I think Mac means the number ring which is just a "snap on" "snap off" fixing.
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(06-17-2013, 03:38 PM)Getagrip Wrote:
(06-17-2013, 01:49 PM)rabsmith2 Wrote:
(06-17-2013, 08:58 AM)Getagrip Wrote:
(06-16-2013, 07:10 PM)rabsmith2 Wrote: I was shown years ago by a old wise man, turn the board to opposite segment ie 20 =3 then move clockwise 18 becomes 20 and then turn to the 3 segment and so on!!!!

so you turn it all the way round to put the 20 segment where the 3 segment was then the segment that was 18 is now the 7 segment, then you move the old 18 to the 20 segment???? I'm confused LOL!

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Always opposite black segments keeps the bristles from swelling unevenly. In lay man terms the brand name should be now a the 3, your next turn would be the 7, turn the 7 up to the 20 spot change wire to make it the new 20.then opposite for your next turn.

Gotcha!


And I think Mac means the number ring which is just a "snap on" "snap off" fixing.
Yes!!! That must be it, the number ring.
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