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    Gold finger boards

    Do you guys think it is worth separating or selling as a whole?



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    Hi there! Please clarify what you mean by separating.

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    Leave the gold fingers on.

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    Leave them on

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    Yep ... leave em' on. Oftentimes ... the prices quoted for gold fingers are for quality cut trim. Most of the trim doesn't measure up to that standard and has to be downgraded accordingly.

    Leave the finger cards whole ... you know what you're getting.

    Cut the fingers off ... you might be disappointed with the return for your additional effort.

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