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Old 02-02-2018, 01:43 PM
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Last bit is always the hardest..... and it usually takes the majority of the time. Quote I heard once..... "the last 10% of the job takes 90% of the time"
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Old 02-02-2018, 05:54 PM
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Last bit is always the hardest..... and it usually takes the majority of the time. Quote I heard once..... "the last 10% of the job takes 90% of the time"
Yeah I totally understand that. I think I have herd that quote before. Any tips or pointers to maybe make it go faster or a littler easier. I have a scrap fender that I am gonna practice on, I just have a hard time practicing on something that Iam not gonna use. I am also looking for critiques
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