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    I want to install these new poly kickback plates and i need some advise. Old ones have a million nails in them. I was told to drill and use deck screws. Please advise

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    Re: poly kickback plates

    Fibre kickback plates are the best. The poly ones buckle very fast. replace them with fibre ones if you can.

    Jerry

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      Re: poly kickback plates

      I agree with 82/70 king!
      Use the Fibre kickback plates and make your arms look like Popeye! It is nailing 5*11=55 times but it's holding up also 55 times better!

      If you're ready I'm waiting for yaou..

      Olive

      [ July 24, 2001: Message edited by: Lampie ]
      So it goes.

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        Re: poly kickback plates

        Thanks for the advise, I will switch to fibre

        p.s. I'm working on my 3rd can of spinich!

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