[Bell Historians] Muffles

Alan Taylor alantaylor at h-scwt1Pk_Q39UX9gAg3YRfTLZc7ySvadWVv6dtyLTUFHeoYEGwVVcxNuzBlI77uAAPG5Foh2qkcVFrXLIU9TlSq3A.yahoo.invalid
Sun Mar 8 16:48:10 GMT 2009

Good experience with them at St Clement Danes. But, if you have shinny
slippery clappers you do need to paint the part of the shank where the
muffle is fixed and the flight. Big Wilf supplies the paint.





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What are people's experience with Big Wilf's muffles as opposed to the
standard Whitechapel muffles? Is it true the clappers have to be
treated with a non-slip paint first?

Advice welcome.


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