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i was gonna take my old wear strips and run them down the tunnel for some extra protection, running bigger pics this year. any one have pictures of how they ran them?? or a good description?
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Yea, the old hyfax. Sorry if im not making sense, just had some surgery the othr day.. good meds!

I want to run the old hyfax on the tunnel to provide some extra protection from the larger picks.. curious if rivets are the best way to secure them snd where is the best place to run them. Down the middle of each half of the tunnel??
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There are guys on here that have re-purposed their hyfax for tunnel protectors, just shaved them down and screwed them on.

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