Reattaching a Snapped-Off Shank (video set)

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georged

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Simple in concept, difficult to make invisible. Here's how I do it:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFwwtvtKlXW-eWeQUNKxuUHybmGb6DX8k

 

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Hi George,
I just finished watching the videos. The result is flawless and structurally stronger than the original. You are a wizard at restoration. Thanks for posting this!!

 

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warren

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Your high standards are obvious. So are your artistic talents. "Wizard" is the only correct appellation!

 

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George, I love watching you videos. Such great work and a big thank you for posting this information. Even though I will probably never have the skills to do restoration work, your videos make me appreciate pipes in general much more in depth.

 

georged

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George, what glue was used on the metal tube insert?
Since there's no load(s) put on the tube, I doubt it would matter much. I used G-Flex because it sticks well to both metal and wood, though (as in, it couldn't hurt).

 
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