Re: Beginners, lost?
>From: tom renko <tahoetom-at-best-dot-com>
>Subject: Beginners, lost?
> Hi Coilers......
> I have been following this group with great delight for about
> six months. I really appreciate all the information I've obtained
> from all of your experience. I am a beginner,and in the first few
> months of this year, there was a lot of beginners asking a lot
> of questions. Lately, however, most of the postings seem to be
> for the advanced coilers(ie.,pole pigs,etc.) This is a good thing
> as I want to get past the neon stage too! However, that's where
> I'm at now, and I still need help. I'm afraid we beginners are
> getting "gun shy" about irritating the pros with our dumb
> questions. So, to all other beginners.... don't be afraid to ask
> any question you can think of. Richard Quick was instrumental in
> getting me to the point I'm at now. He and the other experienced
> coilers will help us all,to keep the whole thing moving forward.
> Tom Renko
> (scare your neighbors..it's fun!)
They've gotten use to me;(
I'm still getting better results with my neon than
with my pig, or at least until I blew my third cap, and my garage door
tensioning spring;( Do you think a hit from a pig could break a 3" by
6' tensioning spring;)?
BTW We can't answer questions that you don't ask:)
Feel free to stick your toe in. We wouldn't ZAP it to hard;)