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Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 5
It is pretty simple to do. Best thing about it, if you do not get all the wrinkles out or not enough tension on the fabric, you just pull the spline and do it again. With a grommet in the wrong place, you can't re-do it. No moving it over to the correct spot.
If you use "T" channel extrude aluminum... All you have to do is loosen the screw and move it over a bit from what I understand. That is how I am going to try mine.
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