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alpenwasser

HELIOS - ASSEMBLED 2015-SEP-06 - (CL SMH10 | Black/Copper | EVGA SR-2 Black Edition)

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1 - I agree with Mos on the neoprene look, always like different

 

2 - I see I'm not the only one that creates an assembly puzzle. I already committed to

     willing Metallica to you if I go first because most people couldn't figure how to take

     it apart. he he he   

 

Glad to see you getting this going, it was such a major project, not just something that

was thrown together to get it done.   

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Loving the color scheme.  Has a nice 'industrial' feel to it.

 

Thanks! Yeah, especially with the tubing and the fittings I've had that thought too.

 

1 - I agree with Mos on the neoprene look, always like different

 

2 - I see I'm not the only one that creates an assembly puzzle. I already committed to

     willing Metallica to you if I go first because most people couldn't figure how to take

     it apart. he he he   

 

Glad to see you getting this going, it was such a major project, not just something that

was thrown together to get it done.

 

Thanks! And yup, reaaallly happy to finally have it up and running in a presentable state. And hey,

maybe, at some point, in some version of somebody's reality, I will actually be able to still do the

copper tubing. :D

If not in this build, then in another one.

 

And yup, it really is almost a puzzle at this point.

kudos. This looks unique and cool indeed sir.

Thanks, much appreciated! :)

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