[HUG ] Re: A16 back

To whoever may be interested.? I have been hospitalized for going on 6 weeks 
with a severe infectiion that settled in my lumbar spine and robbed me of the 
ability to walk.? Now in rehab, learning to walk from scratch.? I will save all 
the HUG messages, and will rejoin active discussions when I am back home. I 
still have a?ton of Hassy stuff to dispose?of!? Best regards, David Hodge, 
Churchville, MD.


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Rabiner <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sun, 31 Aug 2008 5:25 am
Subject: [HUG ] Re: A16 back



Well if we are all going to follow our own way then some of us would not
find the A16S backs to be of little use -
Some of our own ways would be to find the A16S backs to be of great use.
and I would be one one of those people. As I've said on the list many times
in many ways.




mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Mark William Rabiner



> From: flexbody <flexbody@xxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: "hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2008 10:18:02 +0200
> To: <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [HUG ] Re: A16 back
> 
> Everybody has to follow his own way.
> A16S backs are of little use.
> That is one of the reasons they are often found in as new condition.
> If I were to make trannies they would be 6x6 size not the 4x4
> Mickey Mouse size.
> 
> It is perfectly allright to turn useless A16S backs into A16 backs
> that serve a purpose.
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Q.G. de Bakker" <qnu@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2008 7:59 AM
> Subject: [HUG ] Re: A16 back
> 
> 
>> flexbody wrote:
>> 
>>> They are an excellent source for parts or will make a very good A16
>>> back after the 4x4 mask has been exchanged for one from a worn
>>> A16 back.
>> 
>> I see we got stuck in in repeat-mode.
>> So here goes:
>> 
>>>> An A16 is also a nice source for parts an A16 may need.
>>>> Also cheap. And, compared to A16S backs, positively abundant.
>>>> So why reduce the numbers of A16S backs that are out there to fix a more
>>>> common A16? Don't!
>> 
>> 
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