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Old 07-15-2011, 08:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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My supplier has told me that the Creekline kits will be completed next week. If they are completed, shipping to me should be no later than the following week. We're getting close.
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I have some of the Creeklines here now....I will start shipping them tomorrow. Unfortunately the shipment got split and only 100 black chrome arrived so I can only ship 12 orders tomorrow.

Bushings - those who ordered bushings will get 1 set of Streamline bushings and the top bushing from a set of Euro bushings. So the bushings you get can be used for either Streamline or Creekline pens.

For reference of those who ordered bushings, the streamline bushings are in a separate baggie within the bag of 4 bushings. The top streamline bushing is the larger of the two small bushings in the set.

If you already have both Euro and Streamline bushings simply use the tip and center bushings from the streamline set and the top bushing from the Euro.
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For those of us who are beginners, do you have assembly instructions? I have never turned streamline pens. I received 4 bushings and don't know which is which, and where they go on the mandrel in relation to one another.
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For those of us who are beginners, do you have assembly instructions? I have never turned streamline pens. I received 4 bushings and don't know which is which, and where they go on the mandrel in relation to one another.
I apologize, I thought I packes assembly instructions with each shipment.

I'll get them too you.

Re the bushings ---- one bushing was by itself and 3 were in a separate baggie. The three in the separate baggie is a set of streamline bushings. You use the bigger bushing in the separate baggie as the center bushing. You then have two bushings about the same size but one is a tad bigger -- replace that one with the larger loose bushing and that is the top bushing...the other small bushing is the bottom bushing.
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You did. It was folded behind the invoice. My bad. Thanks Leroy. I'm going to go turn one now!
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You did. It was folded behind the invoice. My bad. Thanks Leroy. I'm going to go turn one now!
No problem, I emailed a copy anyway.
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