Thanks for offering to mediate the dispute on Wikipedia:Mediation Cabal/Cases/2006-10-04 Tiger. I think in this instance it'd just be best to make a chart of some sort, have the parties involve fill it in with the heaviest weights/largest sizes, and the citation of where the information can be found.
I am not yet an official member of the cabal, but think that this case should be fairly easy to resolve, even without a lead mediator. I wonder, if you might want to drop me an e-mail, we could discuss it. Thanks. :) Badbilltucker 19:19, 2 November 2006 (UTC)
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