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Unread 11-12-2005, 09:38 PM   #12
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Thanks for this link as well. The picutes on this one were good due to the close up view of where the cut was being made across the rack.

I finished trimming and dry rubbing them a little while ago. Overall, I think I did them pretty good with the trimming. The cartilage part is what was throwing me off and I was afraid to cut off too much from the top. Right now, they are fairly rectangular and about 5" or so top to bottom. I may just need to take another 1/2" or so off across the rack in the AM before I put on the grates based on what these new pictures are showing.

I gotten so pampered using babybacks for so long that this was a nice challenge.
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