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    Ouch me Knee Op

    Just wondering what type of filler to use ? Superglue, 2 Part Epoxy or Gorrilla !
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    Speedy recovery Vic.

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    Previous experience with a repair job like that says superglue

    Leg up, tea and biscuits on hand and get back on your feet soon Vic.
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    Monkey glands mate every time with Gorilla Glue.

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    Awe c'mon Vic, did you have to post that? Just opened it this morning and it's put me right off my breakfast.

    Speedy recovery mate
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    Very tidy, you have been well "stitched up" there,
    Rest and recuperation, then on to phsytherapy to get it moving again
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    Hi Vic,
    Looking at that pic, I would in my professional expertise say "a few Laggy bands"
    Not looking forward to my knee replacement!
    Get well soon.
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    Definitely Gorilla glue would have been better Get well soon mate.
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    Geez Vic you need need to get out in the sun and get a bit of colour back into that leg.
    Speedy recovery mate.

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