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Emoticonic_Bates @David_McCamant, your piece amazing! It is just too small to be a replacement. It needs to be scaled up to the existing aperture. This means the efx model will need to be ground down to allow the fit but it will be a better model for it. I'm happy to work with you to provide dimensions so you can scale your piece up to fit. Then I would buy it again. Otherwise I can't use them. Also, the settee is a bit too big too. I can give you new dimensions for that as well. Then you will make everyone happy as the quality of your modeling is superb!!
Emoticonic_Bates I,bought these and they don't fit. They are too small. I recommend an update to this so the aperture fits to the model. Will you consider this?


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