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    Default ISO: MapleBurl, Jeters

    Hi! I'm not desperate, but wanted to put feelers out for any less-loved, less-wanted MapleBurls or Jeter forks that you might want to rehome please

    Burlies: 3 or 4 prongs, FPL of 110-120mm ideal, slightly longer might work in a 3-prong
    Colours ... tricky to say; not pink, orange, yellow, beige, lime green, or very dark.
    I already own some in my ideal colours but they're not getting much wear because of prong length/sturdiness/whatever, so any offers might be a possible opportunity to 'upgrade' for things I can more often wear if you might want to trade I'd be open to that too.

    Jeters: 4-prongs, dark wood, not round top. FPL 4.5".
    If by some miracle someone wants to pass along a dark wood 5-pronger 4" FPL I'd be very interested too (even if it's a round top).
    Purpleheart would be my absolute ideal


    Offers from within the EU preferred but will also consider from anywhere
    I don't have a huge budget so any purchase would need to be carefully considered; however for MapleBurls I'm also not too restricted because I'd then be able to sell my current ones.

    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by MusicalSpoons; February 2nd, 2020 at 12:43 PM.
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    Default Re: ISO: MapleBurl, Jeters

    I have a 4 prong purpleheart, but I have to check the length. But I'm in the US, so I don't know if that's doable for you.
    "All things strive."
    Waist-length, and (grudgingly) rocking the fairytale ends. Hoping for hip by the end of 2019 with at least a semi-decent hemline. Ultimate goal of TBL...or longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katia_k View Post
    I have a 4 prong purpleheart, but I have to check the length. But I'm in the US, so I don't know if that's doable for you.
    From the US can definitely work, it's just a bit more expensive shipping if it's the right prong length I would be interested
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    Bumpity-bump
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    Gah, so sorry! I totally forgot to check. I'm running errands today but I'll check when I get back.
    "All things strive."
    Waist-length, and (grudgingly) rocking the fairytale ends. Hoping for hip by the end of 2019 with at least a semi-decent hemline. Ultimate goal of TBL...or longer.

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    I might have something? I tried sending you a PM but it looks like your Inbox is full
    Virginia from Virginia. Climber / fitness junkie trying to figure out how to grow out my hair and be active inside and outside everyday!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Katia_k View Post
    Gah, so sorry! I totally forgot to check. I'm running errands today but I'll check when I get back.
    That's okay! Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by gin View Post
    I might have something? I tried sending you a PM but it looks like your Inbox is full
    Oops, sorry! I've cleared space now.
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    Default Re: ISO: MapleBurl, Jeters

    Did you seen Milady_DeWinter's? They might be a little long

    https://forums.longhaircommunity.com...d.php?t=150653

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    Should have kept your snaggles off the keyboard and plead the 5th.

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    I did thank you Seeshami I'm only looking for 4-prong Jeters, but I appreciate the heads-up
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    Bumping
    Growing back to definite-calf length with hopefully some semblance of a hemline.
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