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Old 03-23-2019, 03:03 PM   #1
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Using A David White Line Transfer Unit


Good afternoon everyone. I've recently come across a David White LT8-300. My eyes not being what they used to be, lining up my pipe runs with the old string trick has gotten a little sketchy. In theory, I understand how to use this, but was wondering if anyone had any first hand experience and would be willing to part with some knowledge. Thank you in advance!
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