TAT Shortening a bar

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  1. MarshyTheKid

    MarshyTheKid New Member

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    I got a bar for my industrial but I was sent the wrong one(Or I ordered the wrong one) and didn't realize it until I put it in already. If I took it to my piercer would they be able to shorten it and rethread it, or am I stuck with a longer bar?

    If I'm stuck with it I could have him bend a little design in it so its shorter or something.
     
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    most piercers don't have the facilities or tools to rethread jewellery
     
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    MarshyTheKid New Member

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    Darn. I doubt mine will then. I'll have to ask him.
    Or maybe I can trade him bars. Heh.
     
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    If it's stainless I can almost guarantee he doesn't have the equipment
     
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    HouseLing When masturbations lost its fun you'r fucking lazy

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    try going to a jewelers shop.
     
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    dumb_end_user Sad Gus

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    The cost to retool it at a jeweler is going to be about 10 times what it would cost to just buy a new one.
     
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    and it's a slim chance the jeweller will have the tools to work with stainless
     

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