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X” up and X” down #8224874 04/04/21 05:20 AM
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Have seen this several times. What exactly do y’all mean when saying x inches up and x inches down. I figure up is the time length and width. Down equals main beam length. Correct?


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Re: X” up and X” down [Re: Mike Honcho] #8224924 04/04/21 11:55 AM
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Down is the value of the frame - mass, inside width and beam length. Up is the tine length.

Re: X” up and X” down [Re: Hudbone] #8226788 04/06/21 10:42 AM
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