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Old 01-17-2019, 06:02 AM
B. Howard B. Howard is offline
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Common repair this time of year in the northeast. I see no purpose in ebony cleats myself. I also see the bindings are buckled a bit at the end of that one crack so this may not be the easiest re hydrate and glue job....

Looking at the width of the separation of the cracks I wonder what else may need attention? Loose or cracked braces? How is the top? I mean if the back dried and split that badly I would expect the top to not be far behind.
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