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    First and successful mesh Gennie build.

    Well, I finally plucked up the courage to have a go and I did the AGA-T3 as a first 'cos I didn't want to bugger my good ones but we have success! The T3 is supposed to be a bugger but I didn't seem to have any of the issues talked about.
    I used Qorax's wick building method. Don't seem to have any hot spots. The flavour is "different", still getting used to that. It wicks like crazy! I'd say I've still got a lot to learn but a worker first up is pretty good IMO.

    I'll use for a bit before I tackle the RSM and Nahualon.

    Thanks for all the help, encouragement and links!

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    Pics or it didn't happen.....

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    Just don't load it with a custard, custard on mesh is shit.

    Fruity, fresh, sharp, tobacco, juices shine however.
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    It's hard to photograph vapour one handed. I seem to be getting a hot leg, any advice?
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    Thanks merexy! I may just have to dig out my T3.

    I have moved numerous tanks on, but the T3 was one I kept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merexy View Post
    I seem to be getting a hot leg, any advice?
    Hot legs on a gennie can be a pain, you can try poking at it.......

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    the top leg is way to long.might have to bend the wick toward the pos.
    RIP VP

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    Thanks Laurie and floorzone, it's the bloody bottom leg though. Will shorten top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merexy View Post
    Thanks Laurie and floorzone, it's the bloody bottom leg though. Will shorten top.

    Bottom leg or third leg?
    Sorry, couldnt resist. Off topic.
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    Shortened the top (sounds political) and poked the bottom, seems much better. No hot leg now. Still working on the taste.
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