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I received my little monster and have decided I need to add the vanguard style support - anyone has an idea where to find another gantry plat compatible with the 80/20 aluminum extrusion. I can find all the other bits on Amazon Yeah amazon but not a gantry plate - I like how tha 20/20 actually inserts on the plate.... 

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Dubplates sponsored The Marshallwalker.com group last night 
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Great Listing Delicia Deen

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Great UpTown home for sale - North Central Charleston

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Great renovation on Congress
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Hampton Park - Duck herding

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Flood relief coming for some
Flood Insurance UPDATE: 1/16/14: You may hear about a flood insurance premium delay in the Omnibus Appropriations Bill that passed Congress this week – this delay is for implementing future premium increases on grandfathered (post-FIRM) properties only for the next 9 months. This does not address the devastating subsidized (pre-FIRM) point of sale premium increases hurting our real estate market.   The Omnibus Appropriations Bill prohibits funding for implementing future premium increases on “grandfathered properties” only. It does not include a delay for the home buyers who have already seen rate increases over the past year.
The good news is – the U.S. Senate plans to vote on legislation that would create a 4-year “time out” for both impacted home buyers and future increases on “grandfathered” properties. The Senate Majority Leader has promised the sponsors a vote on S. 1846 Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act which would delay any increases for 4 years; they are currently negotiating the number of amendments and amount of debate time.  The bill is expected to come up the week of January 27 if not as soon as today. Both South Carolina senators, Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham, are co-sponsors of S.1846. If it passes the U.S. Senate this month, it would still have to clear the U.S. House of Representatives and that is a high hurdle to clear — although Congressman Mark Sanford supports the bill.
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