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post #7 of (permalink) Old 02-23-2018, 12:29 PM
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If he's shaking posts out, they are probably not deep enough into his ear. You can really twist them into the ear - they won't go into the ear canal, because it turns once it's in his head. So if you have the right size backer rod (small enough), you can almost "screw" it into his ear. If you are having trouble with that you might need to go a size smaller.

Really stretch the ear up tight onto the post. I always tape the top of the ear first so it doesn't sag down. Then, one piece at the base. Then, one more piece around the middle.

Hope that helps!

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