Shopsmith crosscut Stop for 520/Mark7

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Re: Shopsmith crosscut Stop for 520/Mark7

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Ah So!


Consider simply driving/pressing the roll pin to flat? ;)
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Re: Shopsmith crosscut Stop for 520/Mark7

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JPG wrote:Ah So!


Consider simply driving/pressing the roll pin to flat? ;)
I tried, but it was stubborn. The strip sander called to me! Love that strip sander!!!
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Re: Shopsmith crosscut Stop for 520/Mark7

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ChrisNeilan wrote:
JPG wrote:Ah So!


Consider simply driving/pressing the roll pin to flat? ;)
I tried, but it was stubborn. The strip sander called to me! Love that strip sander!!!

Loctite or CA perhaps?
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E[/size](SN E3779) restoration in progress, a 510 on the back burner and a growing pile of items to be eventually returned to useful life. - aka Red Grange
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