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    Jim's now looks like this site after it's new change to a different server.Are they sister sites now since they mostly look alike now? Had me confused at first and I'm also 1olddog on that site.

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    No relation between the 2 sites, they are just using the same software. Doug

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    dwr9 i downladed your 72 inch mono plans and im just loving them i have everything cut out sanded and wat not but im not sure what the stringers are supposed to be like so if you could get back to me on that question it would be very much appretiated.
    Thanks Jonah

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    Hi, welcome to the site. I'm glad you like the plans. I'm not sure what you're asking about the stringers. They are designed to be cut out of 1/4 inch plywood. Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwr9 View Post
    Hi, welcome to the site. I'm glad you like the plans. I'm not sure what you're asking about the stringers. They are designed to be cut out of 1/4 inch plywood. Doug
    Thanks i really like the site but i know that the stringers are ment to be 1/4 but wat im wonering is how im supposed to cut the out becasue most of all of the other important parts of the plan is in actual size but the stringers arent and im just confused how im suppose to get the design of the stringers from the paper to there actual size on my 1/4 ply wood?
    Thnaks Jonah

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    The drawings for the stringers are full size also. You need to make sure you're printing them at 100%. It sounds like the computer is scaling them down so they will fit on one sheet of paper. When printing there should be an option for printing full size. The easiest way to get them printed is to take the files to a local print shop. Doug

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    okay thanks im going to ride my bicycle down to my local print shop and see wat they can do for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1olddog View Post
    Jim's now looks like this site after it's new change to a different server.Are they sister sites now since they mostly look alike now? Had me confused at first and I'm also 1olddog on that site.
    Is JRCBD down for repair? Thank you Don

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    They were hacked.
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    Down again...... oh my!
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