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    does anybody know of a rubber landing net mesh which goes onto 42" arms ?

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    heard of people also coating their nets in liquid latex by dabbing the mesh with a sponge, i've not tried this but I know a lot of pikers are doing this now to help with getting the trebles from the mesh.

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    There are a couple of rubber landing net meshes on eBay if that helps.

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    Try Dave Lumbs' website. I think he does them

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    thanks going to contact him to see what size they are.

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    the lumb ones are only a tight weave and not rubberised

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    The pikers pit has a thread on this, I got a korum klnet15 and latex coated it. Not tried it out as got a latex net from a friend. Can buy my effort 10 plus postage . I used green latex, the mesh is tacky but gets better when used according to the pit thread.
    Lee Davison, Period furniture Restoration and constucting In Norfolk.

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    Eddie Turners just brought one out...check his site

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