Frag plug holder

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    Newbs64 Go Oilers!

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    Should have took pictures throughout building, but didn't. Haha nothing real exciting but I thought it was cool. Took some thin plexi-glass and measured how big I wanted. Then drilled the frag holes with a 3/8 paddle bit and used a 1/4 paddle bit for the suction cups. Then where I wanted my 90 degree bend is shut the plexi in the door and used a torch lighter and bent it over. It sure beats the $29.99 at my LFS. Sorry keeps uploading it upside down.
     

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    It holds the plugs nicely. They don't even slide out when you turn it upside down
     
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    Haha yea I don't know why it did that. I just want to say I appreciate you taken the time to always comment on my post. This forum has a little politics wrapped in it, ifyou know what I mean.
     
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    I do, there's lots of friendly people here who like to help others out.
     
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