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Then this is what I would try. Call the corners of the T of the H NW NE SE SW. On left side start from inside and wrap going forward on the top of the bar to the T from NE across bottom to SW across top back to NE across bottom to SE across top to NW across bottom to SE one full wrap on South across top to NW wrap to north to bar ...


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I'd wrap in two passes: first, from the bottom stubs to the join, just crossing over onto the ends of the main bar. Then tape this up tight, to squash it down. Secondly, I'd wrap from the tops of the bar ends around the joins and all the way up to the stem. The second pass should cover up the tape holding the first bit of wrap. Maybe something like this ...



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