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Was just kidding with you Mitch. You have the patience of a Saint Smile I don't recall talking about the Mini's in Bronze, but I'm sure we could work a set into the schedule somehow.

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Could you make that two sets, please?
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I might use my mini's at a strolling gig tonight.
We shall see. If it's the same as last year, a lot of the
tables are TOO TALL!!!
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Ok guys that's 2 sets of Mini PF in antique, do I hear 3? Smile Will start them this weekend for you Bill and Mitch! Thanks.

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Cool!
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Actually, 1 (to make it 3)
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Thanks! 3 it is, do I hear 4? That way we don't have chuck up twice Smile 4 do I hear 4? Smile

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It's okay to chuck up twice. It's not okay to upchuck twice.
;)

Sorry about that. I couldn't resist.
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Guys: What size balls do you use in the PF minis? And what's the max size for a final load?
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Chris,
the Minis will take a golf ball as a final load or a 2" crochet ball. The cups ship with 5/8 crochet, but you can use (3) 3/4" balls on the saddle and stack the cups without rocking or sticking.

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On 2006-09-16 01:34, Bill Palmer wrote:
It's okay to chuck up twice. It's not okay to upchuck twice.
;)

Sorry about that. I couldn't resist.


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Thanks, Jake. Wow, those are small.
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A racquetball or a medium sized doggy tennis ball will also work in these cups.
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Practice golf balls are good too - they make less noise when loading, are lighter to carry and also come in some funky colours. The stripy ones are really good (click here)
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I make felt balls to fit perfectly inside.
I start with a large wooden core (I used to not do this) and then
increase the size until I get a perfect match.
They load very quietly, and match the small balls.

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