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I love when goopers try and second-guess my wand knowledge..
My only concern with the hybrid glides is doesn’t air, like water and electricity, choose the path of least resistance? Seems like the large holes would get the vast majority of the airflow.
 

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Your arrogance might lead me to being more specific.
Go ahead a point out how a internal glide plugs into a hand welded wand that no two are the same.

The air "leakage" on the ends or that the metal lips dont bottom out, is NOT why you're chattering on Berber.

Your 650hp can more than deal with your "leaks", or have you shut off you tank vacuum release too?

Im not arrogant Matt, I just happen to know 10,000's times more about this subject than you.
 

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Go ahead a point out how a internal glide plugs into a hand welded wand that no two are the same.

The air "leakage" on the ends or that the metal lips dont bottom out, is NOT why you're chattering on Berber.
The air leakage wasn't a problem and the chattering on berber isn't a problem either. It's a good tool. Your arrogance was the problem when I texted you concerning it. The internal glide didn't fit right in. Air leaked, I was concerned about it, and you blocked me from sending you any more questions. So I said "fk it", gooped it, and it works great
 
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Don't feel bad, Waldo fell for my same trick for 3 years.



Heat the damn Glide up, Matt... quit being lazy

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Stepped on it like you said. didn't heat it oh wise one. It was never needed before, but to prove a point, I'll boil a pot of water for you
 

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Stepped on it like you said. didn't heat it oh wise one. It was never needed before, but to prove a point, I'll boil a pot of water for you
You have a PCTI, of course your Gludes needed heating before.

Let me guess, you beat it in on with a mallet and then shoe gooped it to deal with the shitty fit you created by doing so...
 
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ok, I boiled it this time, popped it on, and it looks exactly the same as the pics I sent to via text. No mike, it needs goop. It's not on just the sides with air leaking. why did you choose to do an internal glide? I don't see a need for that. what's wrong with the classic fitting?
 

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Does "pop it on" mean you stepped on it after boiling it for twenty minutes?



Fyi, my current inventory is what I inherited from Lisa. This wand/glide was not a big seller.

I'll convert to my WP43 design on my next order, which is internal too.

External designs are for those who can't parallel park.
 
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ok, I boiled it this time, popped it on, and it looks exactly the same as the pics I sent to via text. No mike, it needs goop. It's not on just the sides with air leaking. why did you choose to do an internal glide? I don't see a need for that. what's wrong with the classic fitting?
The non air tight fit is a benefit. Putting on goop is wrong.
 
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The non air tight fit is a benefit. Putting on goop is wrong.
The only time you need air going through is when you're cleaning a rubber floor. How often do you clean those?

If you think your wand is locked down on carpet...YOU'RE WEAK. There's always air flowing through the pile, even if it's harder to push or pull on low nap.
 

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