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Posted: 15 April 2017,12:41 QUOTE

Hi. I've just worked out I'm going to be about 50 blocks short for my edge course. The blocks are second hand 60 mm charcoal. Looking around for these I've noticed they are all 50mm. Would this be a problem to put some 50 mm ones in. I can't see a problem myself as they will be bedded on concrete but just thought I'd ask the pros before I get my wallet out. Thanks

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Posted: 15 April 2017,20:51 QUOTE

No problem,  just check they are the same shade

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Posted: 18 April 2017,12:31 QUOTE

....and the same manufacturer - there are subtle differences in the chamfers and corner details between the various moulds used by different manufacturers.

Even if they are the same, it's still best to mix-in the 'extra' blocks, randomise them with the current stock, so as to minimise the visual impact of any minor differences.


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