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[DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills trainmanjs@sbcglobal.n... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-10-28 03:43:46
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Dave Audley audleydave@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-10-28 11:43:11
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills glenn_leasure@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-10-28 20:15:49
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills fferrari138@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-10-28 16:06:15
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Jim Griffin drgwlpd@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 15:18:56
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Johann Allenson vonclumm@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 07:46:26
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Jim Eager jeager@sympatico.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 11:50:56
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills glenn_leasure@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 16:55:30
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Jim Griffin drgwlpd@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 20:12:55
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills jimfitch3@gmail.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 20:19:00
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Jim Griffin drgwlpd@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 20:34:05
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills jaguar66@aol.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 15:37:17
Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills Leaf Walker jimfitch3@gmail.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-11-07 15:43:38
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From: jaguar66@aol.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...)
Date: 2017-11-07 15:37:17
Subject: Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills

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No, it's not the small gauge farm-type chicken wire. Here is a shot of the=
Highliners HO metal version on the web: http://tinyurl.com/ybeo9q7c

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Griffin drgwlpd@yahoo.c... [DRGW] <DRGW@yahoogroups.c...>
To: DRGW <DRGW@yahoogroups.c...>
Sent: Tue, Nov 7, 2017 1:20 pm
Subject: Re: [DRGW] F-3 "chickenwire" grills





To all who replied and those who didn't:


Let me rephrase. I understand about the hexagonal mesh that was on the F3'=
s. What my question is, what's it made of? Surely it is not actual chicke=
n wire. I assume something of a heavier gauge? Chain-link-thickness wire?=
Expanded metal? Embroidery floss? Human hair? Shaved honeycomb? ;-)


Or is it actually actual chicken wire?



You get my point. I was mostly looking for what we call these days a "deta=
il shot" that clearly shows the sturdiness (or lack of it) of the material.=
See the last sentence in the original question.



-Jim G



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On Nov 7, 2017, at 6:18 AM, Jim Griffin drgwlpd@yahoo.c... [DRGW] <DRGW@y.h...=
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So, what exactly was this "chicken wire" that is always cited? Any close-u=
p photos, or specifications, on it?


-Jim G






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To: DRGW &lt;DRGW@yahoogroups.c...&gt;<br>
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<div id="aolmail_yui_3_16_0_ym19_1_1510064149914_39952"><span id="aolmail_yui_3_16_0_ym19_1_1510064149914_39951">Let me rephrase.&nbsp; I understand about the hexagonal mesh that was on the F3's.&nbsp; What my question is, what's it made of?&nbsp; Surely it is not actual chicken wire.&nbsp; I assume something of a heavier gauge?&nbsp; Chain-link-thickness wire?&nbsp; Expanded metal? Embroidery floss?&nbsp; Human hair?&nbsp; Shaved honeycomb?&nbsp; ;-)</span></div>

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<div id="aolmail_yui_3_16_0_ym19_1_1510064149914_40277"><span>Or is it actually actual chicken wire?<br>
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<div id="aolmail_yui_3_16_0_ym19_1_1510064149914_40160"><span id="aolmail_yui_3_16_0_ym19_1_1510064149914_39951">You get my point.&nbsp; I was mostly looking for what we call these days a "detail shot" that clearly shows the sturdiness (or lack of it) of the material.&nbsp; See the last sentence in the original question.<br>
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