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Help !!

Posted by clever thoughts from IP: 173.3.101.173 on 07/07/11
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Hi, I need a better way to file the front coil core to get a flat hit. I'm so sick of wasting time trying to do this, i get it but takes a while to get it perfect. Do you guys get a perfect flat hit or close enough. Please lets throw some ideas at me and others who would like to know a better way of doing this. Thanks , hopefully there are some who are machine smart.



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RE:Help !!

Posted by will from IP: 74.240.249.170 on 07/10/11
gallatin, tn United States - website


You can by sanding cloth, like that used in gunsmithing. Put it under the amature bar while it is depressed (or perhaps only slightly melancholy) and pull it out, after doing this a few times, you'll notice that you're getting a much more flush strike. If you cut your own springs, you'll notice that many times everything else is perfect but the damn spring might twist slightly, for some guys this is a deal breaker, for some not. The machine will definitely run smoother the closer you get your tolerances on such things as spring compression, coil clearance, and the like. Luck to you.


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