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12-27-2016, 12:05 PM #101
I am new here (this is my 3rd post) and have to say this is a GREAT idea!!! I am in need of a number of tools for the restoration of my 1936 workshop model. Is the 5/16 pin spanner wrench a tool I should own or borrow? I also am in need of the tapered pin for installing new gits oilers and possibly a brass drift designed for installing the bronze bushings in a horizontal drive standard. I am not in need of these right now as I am still in the disassembly process/acquiring parts mode, but will need them this next spring.
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Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays! Patrick
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