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Hey hope you guys are having a great weekend.  I have trying to get ahold of BBadman.  He  had some blades for me for my D160 but they got lost in the mail.  He filed the insurance papers with the post office but they were giving him the runaround.  He said he had the blades already.  I wanted to know if there was something I could do to speed things up.  I contacted the post office here and they said it was very unusual for the claim to take this long- this goes back to Nov 6 of 2020.  Just wanted an update from him.  I'm sure he still has by number and other contact info.  Thanks!  J Price

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Ed Kennell

I don't see a BBadman listed as a member here.

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Got your text message Friday, dealt with a death in the family this weekend, will get back to you.

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17 hours ago, Jack695 said:

Hey hope you guys are having a great weekend.  I have trying to get ahold of BBadman.  He  had some blades for me for my D160 but they got lost in the mail.  He filed the insurance papers with the post office but they were giving him the runaround.  He said he had the blades already.  I wanted to know if there was something I could do to speed things up.  I contacted the post office here and they said it was very unusual for the claim to take this long- this goes back to Nov 6 of 2020.  Just wanted an update from him.  I'm sure he still has by number and other contact info.  Thanks!  J Price

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Got your text on Friday, dealt with a death in the family this weekend, will get back to you this week.

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