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    Default Custom washer needed

    I would like a couple washers made and wondered if any members are available for hire on a small project.

    The washer measurements and material desired are as follows:

    Stainless Steel
    .060 thick
    O.D. of .750
    I.D. of .445

    Here are some images that illustrate how and where the washer will be used. The jam nut is starting to cut/dig into the bearing wall surface and I think a washer will prevent this from getting worse.

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    Get them from where you've been told to multiple times in your other thread!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by indychuck View Post
    I would like a couple washers made and wondered if any members are available for hire on a small project.

    The washer measurements and material desired are as follows:

    Stainless Steel
    .060 thick
    O.D. of .750
    I.D. of .445

    Here are some images that illustrate how and where the washer will be used. The jam nut is starting to cut/dig into the bearing wall surface and I think a washer will prevent this from getting worse.

    wilson3.jpg

    wilson1.jpg

    wilson2.jpg
    McMaster-Carr

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    Some renovation projects run like a dream—high-quality work done on.Plus, you'll find advice on how to make a remodeling job run as.People get duped by the cost.If you don't yet know the kind of cabinets or appliances you want.

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    home depot, lowes, neighborhood hardware store? It is called a 3/8 flat washer technically; technically stainless is among the worst materials for what you want in that application, so you can save the 30 cents difference per washer.
    sorry y'all, naw, not sorry.

    BULLETS, like tiny projectiles! not sorry, but scared. Maybe learn how different metals work and interact with each other with less critical things: drones, car engines, 3d shapedoo-hicky building machine, jewelry, nuts and bolts, library....

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    Default Star Grit - Copper Slag Manufacturer in India

    It is called a 3/8 flat washer technically; technically stainless is among the worst materials for what you want in that application, so you can save the 30 cents difference per washer.
    People get duped by the cost.If you don't yet know the kind of cabinets or appliances you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stargrit View Post
    It is called a 3/8 flat washer technically; technically stainless is among the worst materials for what you want in that application, so you can save the 30 cents difference per washer.
    People get duped by the cost.If you don't yet know the kind of cabinets or appliances you want.
    I think it's time to out "stargrit" as a bot or spammer. Reported...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    I think it's time to out "stargrit" as a bot or spammer. Reported...
    I've been reporting him since his first post... Doesn't seem to matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    I've been reporting him since his first post... Doesn't seem to matter.
    I put "it" on ignore, maybe that's the way to go.

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    #9 Milland
    "I put "it" on ignore, maybe that's the way to go."

    I do not know of a solution.
    I put Gordon on my ignore list a couple of years ago.
    If I do not log on, which I frequently do not want to do, the system cannot identify me and then hide the comments from blocked users.
    But when I do log on, other PM users quote blocked user comments, they are then visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManicMetalBasher View Post
    But when I do log on, other PM users quote blocked user comments, they are then visible.
    That's a likely scenario in the case of a Gordon, who (despite questions about it) is an actual person. But a spammer or bot like the guy above isn't as likely to be quoted, at least I'd hope not. So if we just go the ignore route it should work reasonably well.


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