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 Post subject: glue sheet on Gorilla?
PostPosted: 09 Jul 2012, 14:10 
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I just bought a "New Gorilla with dampening sponge" from a forum member cheaply.
The sponge has a glue sheet on it. The instructions say put water based glue on the glue sheet and glue to blade.
My question is: when I need to remove the rubber, do I need to preserve this glue sheet? Would the rubber behave differently if the glue sheet is removed or torn?

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Oh, well, it did not take long to figure out antis are not for me.
I am putting the sheet up for sale along with my blade. please check it out at the FS section if you are interested:
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=20142

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