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JP-12    75

Huh musta just been the shitty picture quality... Lol jk. Just Looked like they had some slag left on em, probably just cuz in on my phone or somethin. That's why I thought stick.

And I see the fire mark lol

On the thin shit, run it low and use forehand or "push" instead of pull and it should be a breeze (;

Oh and millers got an app I love. Put in material, thickness, and I believe position and it'll tell you the exact settings to be on!

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14dbass    77

If it looks like I lit the roof on fire it is because I did.

This is in a 02 Chevy suburban for those wondering.

Has anyone shot a whole can of foam in less then 30sec? It is lots of fun.

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Rich Schenk    579

Looking good roof looks solid

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Smoove    1,472

tuned in

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