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Re: Hardline Help



I've always used a tubing cutter. By being vary careful, you can adjust 
the cutter wheel just a small amount with each turn, cut off the jacket 
and not damage the shield.



On Mon, 27 Apr 1998, John W Wilson wrote:

> Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 12:55:10 -0400 (EDT)
> From: John W Wilson <pemberton!bc.seflin.org!z004391b@vickpfe>
> To: Bennie Hall <pemberton!worldnet.att.net!ben.hall@vickpfe>
> Cc: pemberton!w6yx.stanford.edu!vhf@vickpfe,
>     pemberton!AMSAT.org!amsat-bb@vickpfe
> Subject: Re: Hardline Help
> 
> I have seen a special tool, somewhat like a pencil sharpener, used to 
> remove the plastic.  I have no idea where to get one, sorry.  73
> 
> 
> John W. Wilson, KN4HX
> z004391b@bcfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us
> 
> 
> On Sun, 26 Apr 1998, Bennie Hall wrote:
> 
> > I have some 7/8 inch hardline that has a corrugated surface beneath the PVC
> > jacket. How in the world do you get the pvc jacket off without damage to
> > the metal surface? All my attempts have resulted in a cut or two and and a
> > lot of foul words on my part. HELP de Ben WY4D
> > 
> 

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