My experience with SL5510 compared to SL5180:
1. Nice side walls (tight as a Hen's ass)
2. much more brittle (breaking supports off, instead of cutting, will
3. Great for Quickcast - drains very well
4. Most important - Needs more supports than SL5180, much like the
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On Tue, 15 Jun 1999 23:38:34 -0500 "SiderWhite"
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