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skeaterbait
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I did run the sled through a few times but never thought about running it through the same direction from that point on. So at this point I have no idea which direction is which. But I have also glued some sand paper on the top to help hold everything in place.

My drum is spring loaded, so no hook and loop to worry about.

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Sometimes I porpoise, sometimes I fishtail. Maybe I should get back in the boat.

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Cool that there is no hook and loop... That chit rounded the corners on my lams...
If your machine is slightly off it will be multiplied if you run your sled backwards or flipped... I would run it though once or twice and mark the way you ran it through and run it through the same way every time... Mark top and bottom also... Good luck... I hope things start smoothing out for you...

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