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    Instruction Link

    http://4groundforums.com/instructions/

    Here is all the current PDF converted instructions for our kits!

    NOTE; not every kit has its instructions uploaded, if you wish to have a kit's instructions in PDF format, please post in this section and I will sort out getting them uploaded for you.
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    A Request - I am sure the code numbers all make perfect sense to you ('cos it is your business) but can you add the (English) set names to the file names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SableFox View Post
    A Request - I am sure the code numbers all make perfect sense to you ('cos it is your business) but can you add the (English) set names to the file names?
    Which kit are you looking for? :P
    All the codes match whats on our web store (www.4ground.co.uk)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurkio View Post
    All the codes match whats on our web store
    Actually, I was looking for the Fyrburgh Tower instructions, to save me going and looking for the paper copies. I don't think they are on-line by the way.

    However my point is I was (and I expect most people would be) looking for Fyrburgh Tower not 28S-FAR-123. I can look up the code on your webstore but that would be a two-stage process. I note you don't organise your website by code number, but instead organise it by (human friendly) product line and name.

    Anyway it was only a suggestion. You can just ignore it :-)

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    PS: The online version are better IMO since the photos are clearer and you can zoom in on a point of interest... so thanks for putting these up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SableFox View Post
    Actually, I was looking for the Fyrburgh Tower instructions, to save me going and looking for the paper copies. I don't think they are on-line by the way.

    However my point is I was (and I expect most people would be) looking for Fyrburgh Tower not 28S-FAR-123. I can look up the code on your webstore but that would be a two-stage process. I note you don't organise your website by code number, but instead organise it by (human friendly) product line and name.

    Anyway it was only a suggestion. You can just ignore it :-)

    http://www.4ground.co.uk/defences-of...roduct_id=1340 this tower?
    if so here is the instructions link, i have just uploaded it.

    http://4groundforums.com/instruction...structions.pdf
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    Yes that is the one. Thanks :-)

    I can now be confident that I referenced L6 and L7 the right way round - something I wasn't sure of from the paper copy (printing too dark).

    If you are in the mood, how about Sleevigal Fort (28S-FAR-9S) - then I can build that off my tablet and not have to worry about the paper instructions ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SableFox View Post
    Yes that is the one. Thanks :-)

    I can now be confident that I referenced L6 and L7 the right way round - something I wasn't sure of from the paper copy (printing too dark).

    If you are in the mood, how about Sleevigal Fort (28S-FAR-9S) - then I can build that off my tablet and not have to worry about the paper instructions ;-)
    I will put it up on friday :P (day of release)
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    I can't see it ;-)

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