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What do you all like, running ropes, perfectos, or moving Somewhere that lead isn't code?
 

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Runner rope & plumbers putty. you can pour an inverted joint with that.
 
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Do a lot of production work where your pouring 50 joints a day and you'll prefer the joint runner,use a coupe of them,seems as if they die quicker if you pour joint after joint and don't give them a chance to cool off
 

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The new ones are synthetic or some such crap oil won't make them any better a well seasoned one ( asbestos) still works the best if you get a perfecto a nice coat of megaloc will help not sure why but it does
 

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The new ones are synthetic or some such crap oil won't make them any better a well seasoned one ( asbestos) still works the best if you get a perfecto a nice coat of megaloc will help not sure why but it does
Megaloc is made with dragon scales. You didn't know that?
 

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Things change. Moaning about old rusty cast iron is like somebody complaining that they can't play 78 rpm records on the victrola. Get over it old timer and buy an mp3 player and some crimpers.
 

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I am looking to buy the 4" perfecto rubber running rope. Where can I get one??
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