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    Mark Korda

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    Post by Mark Korda on Tue Mar 24, 2020 9:06 pm

    Hi, I'm finally getting to a PAS and Mark 3 rebuilds. I have some recommended Teflon coated wire.Watching D-Labs videos it looks like I need to get a new kind of heated wire stripper.Before I start the projects should I invest in one of those strippers or is there another avenue?Thanks for any info and I haven't even tried stripping the new to me Teflon wire....sincerely Mark Korda
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    Post by corndog71 on Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:04 am

    Mark Korda wrote:Hi, I'm finally getting to a PAS and Mark 3 rebuilds. I have some recommended Teflon coated wire.Watching D-Labs videos it looks like I need to get a new kind of heated wire stripper.Before I start the projects should I invest in one of those strippers or is there another avenue?Thanks for any info and I haven't even tried stripping the new to me Teflon wire....sincerely Mark Korda

    You shouldn’t need a heated one. Any stripper should work. I’ve even used nail clippers.
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    Post by Mark Korda on Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:20 am

    Thanks Corndog, I needed a little push and that will get my projects in gear. I'll get to practicing tomorrow.....Mark

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