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    Quote Originally Posted by wideglide38 View Post
    I spoke with Chris today as well and ordered a few. Looking forward to seeing the Hollingsworth terminals.
    this is really kind of funny. Chris was really great to talk to and a true specialist in old motorcycle wiring. anyway.... early in my convo with Chris, he said, "This is kind of weird, but you are the 3rd person who has called about these terminals today. i just got off the phone 5 minutes ago with a fellow inquiring about the terminals." i told Chris we are discussing these terminals on the DB and he got a chuckle out of it.

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    Here's what I see, I try to help this guy to get what he wants. He says thanks, and someone says " I got a chuckle out of it". All I'm trying to do is help people that have helped me. Really keeps the new guys from posting ****. Congrats!!!
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinedogg View Post
    Here's what I see, I try to help this guy to get what he wants. He says thanks, and someone says " I got a chuckle out of it". All I'm trying to do is help people that have helped me. Really keeps the new guys from posting ****. Congrats!!!
    Steve, i appreciate your tip on the eyelets you found at Joanne's, it's a good one. when i went to joanne's a couple months ago they had larger and smaller sizes, but none that a re 3/16" so i was happy when the link to Vintage Motorcycle Supply was posted, as i had not heard of it Chris hadn't been getting calls on the eyelets for some time and then he gets 3 calls in one day, a few minutes apart from each other which he found it a bit puzzling and got a chuckle when i told him we were discussing eyelets on the discussion board and someone had posted a link to contact him. and i certainly did not intend to offend you, your tip on the eyelets is a good helpful one to folks who have a Joanne's that carries these eyelets.
    Last edited by Steve Swan; 01-11-2019 at 10:30 AM.

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    Look for them under eyelets for crafts and leather supplies. Also under supplies for the orthopedic appliances and prosthetic field. Used on custom body corsets
    wrist, knee, ankle supports and custom made shoes. A lot of those are lace up with eyelets.
    Jim D

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