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These are my 2 first pencil poppers ! I think I did OK ! The Yellow/White one worked great. The one with the black wasn't weighted enough. It sat kinda level and was hard to work properly. I cant remember why i put a smaller weight in that one. Next time i will remember not to.



Pencils on fancy dancy housy driftwood !



 



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I really liked the paint on this one. 

 

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Reweight it. No sense not liking it. Pull it apart, remove tail weight, redrill hole. Use a Qtip to apply sealer. Slap new weight in and wire it. Done.

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These are my 2 first pencil poppers ! I think I did OK ! The Yellow/White one worked great. The one with the black wasn't weighted enough. It sat kinda level and was hard to work properly. I cant remember why i put a smaller weight in that one. Next time i will remember not to.

Pencils on fancy dancy housy driftwood !

 

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rubberband weights tu tail to get that tail down attitude you want. Then do what the other poster suggested about reweighting.

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Thanks everybody. I didn't think of re weighting it !

 

I tell ya. For the newbie builder, as I am, every single pencil comes out different. You know. And it really helped to check the attitude of the plug in a bucket of water.

 

But now that you've throughwired already, it's a good idea to just reweight because you will gain all that experience from the one plug as opposed to getting that experience on a per plug basis. You know, it's a fascinating process that you truly can speed up at the flick of a switch, or the snip of a wire.

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