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Old 12-12-2003, 05:10 PM
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Using a larger tip-top diameter than the blank requires

I'm building a rod with a tip diameter of 4.5, however I'd like to use an oversized tip top with this rod, and unfortunately the smallest diameter TiCH top I can find is a 5.0. Is there some way to use the 5.0 on the 4.5? Can I build the tip up slightly and use this larger top?
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