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  1. Well that worked!! Clamped a 2x6 wood...

    Well that worked!!

    Clamped a 2x6 wood gangplank to my workbench, set the case at the end. Wrapped my hoop up, cable tied it together and took about 15 seconds to traverse the hoop the 1.5 feet...
  2. That is what I need to know, I really don't what...

    That is what I need to know, I really don't what to buy a bunch of 'stuff' to demag 1 case and parts.
    How long should this passing through the hoop take?

    I think I can impale the trans on a wood...
  3. I don't think that is a viable option, since I...

    I don't think that is a viable option, since I have the other parts I want demagged too. Like bearings with plastic cages.

    The Curie temp for iron is 1400 degrees F, would 300 F even do anything?
  4. How to demagnetize a cast iron transmission case?

    Rebuilding a transmission and the cast iron case has been magnetized by a scrapyard crane magnet.

    Tried wrapping 12 wraps of #2 lead cable around it, 200 amps of AC current from my welder for up...
  5. Typical 4140PH is 28-32Rc and usually down closer...

    Typical 4140PH is 28-32Rc and usually down closer to the 28 end.
    You can buy 4140 PH that is 33-37Rc, but it is harder to find.
    http://bicosteel.com/wp-content/pdfs/4140PH.pdf
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    Why would I throw away usable components? On 1...

    Why would I throw away usable components?
    On 1 cylinder the end cap can stay in place, only cut off the clevis mount.
    And the piston, and gland nut can be reused.

    On the 2nd cylinder the...
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    I don't know what the bore is or the wall...

    I don't know what the bore is or the wall thickness till I cut it open but I suspect at least 3/8" thick.
    I also suspect changing the support from end cap clevis to rod end flange doesn't...
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    Other end, "changing from a rear cap end clevis...

    Other end,
    "changing from a rear cap end clevis to a rod end flange mount"
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    Hydraulic Cylinder Design and Shortening

    I have a large 7" bore, welded body hydraulic cylinder with a long stroke that I want to make into 2 shorter stroke cylinders.
    Doing so all that I would have to make is a end cap, gland nut, nut and...
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    You have called their number 602 996-9009? You...

    You have called their number 602 996-9009?
    You have emailed them?

    They don't really have distributors. So you aren't going to find a stock of them someplace, in fact it may be a wait to buy one.
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    It suffers the same fate as all gunsmithing...

    It suffers the same fate as all gunsmithing forums including this one, no gunsmithing. When was the last time someone posted and info or pics of them actually doing any gunsmithing?
  12. Anybody that knows 17-4 knows it can't be H900 at...

    Anybody that knows 17-4 knows it can't be H900 at 35Rc.
    It could be in Condition A or it could be H1025-H1150ish, none of which has a huge increase in yield strength over Condition A.

    I suspect...
  13. Please go ask your boss if he wants to spend the...

    Please go ask your boss if he wants to spend the money 1st, before you ask all the questions this go around......only to find he doesn't.

    Thanks, Doug
  14. 17-4 Stainless Steel Drops 1.560" Diameter x 13" Long About 35Rc

    6 pieces of 1.560" dia x 13" long shipped in a USPS Flat Rate box. $175 shipped.
    They have been slightly turned down on one end to about 1.550" and with a center drill hole
    310065
    310066

    ...
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    Kimber of Oregon went bankrupt as in all the...

    Kimber of Oregon went bankrupt as in all the assets auctioned off, fixturing/tooling scrapped and paperwork tossed.

    The name was purchased and an entirely new company, in a different location,...
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    What is the cost for you to hitch up your...

    What is the cost for you to hitch up your trailer, get in your truck and drive from TX to WI?

    I will let the seller speak for himself, but usually these types of deals aren't machinery dealers...
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    God bless you, I hate seeing still serviceable...

    God bless you, I hate seeing still serviceable equipment scrapped.
  18. I am confused, is #5 ii Alive! and...

    I am confused, is #5 ii Alive! and educatedguess417 the same guy? lol

    So does each need a band saw, or can they share one saw?
  19. aaaaaaah..... with a reasonable purchase price. ...

    aaaaaaah..... with a reasonable purchase price. Instead of the purchase price being 99 cents and the shipping cost of $99.

    It isn't like selling on Ebay you don't know you have to ship it.
  20. "I'd imagine shipping to the US would be pretty...

    "I'd imagine shipping to the US would be pretty expensive from where you are."

    I think he is in the US but didn't put in his location and it defaults to Aland Islands, which has only a population...
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    BTT PM me, don't post here because I may not...

    BTT

    PM me, don't post here because I may not see it.
    thanks Doug
  22. BTT PRIVATE MESSAGE me your wants or needs....

    BTT

    PRIVATE MESSAGE me your wants or needs.
    Don't post your inquiries in this thread since I won't be looking at it.

    thanks Doug
  23. The Butcher, at least he didn't get out the cold...

    The Butcher, at least he didn't get out the cold chisel this time. :)
  24. It is confusing! And I even excel at tearing...

    It is confusing!
    And I even excel at tearing stuff apart....putting it back not so much.

    The part of the hub with the pins sure throws a curve. The last guy beat that area out trying to drive...
  25. Well I got it apart. The hub uses a aluminum...

    Well I got it apart.

    The hub uses a aluminum tapered bushing to hold the steel coned hub onto the motor shaft.
    Removing the speed adjusting screw, circlip and bearing, finds another shaft below...
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