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    It is obvious that the orange saucer in reply #27...

    It is obvious that the orange saucer in reply #27 stays in position and the metal bushing moves up and down.

    I am looking at the link from Amazon in reply #12. So the entire yellow saucer move up...
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    Thank you for making that clear. So a inverted...

    Thank you for making that clear.

    So a inverted saucer rises up to base by turning the bolt. I see a problem with BP base holes and how close they are to the vertical sides of the base. That would...
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    "Way off and you need a space or nut underneath"...

    "Way off and you need a space or nut underneath" ????

    "They move inside and ...." ????

    Your link shows a mount with a threaded rod with nut. What else in addition to that ChiCOM foot will make...
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    Ok, how does the stud idea work without the nut...

    Ok, how does the stud idea work without the nut underneath the base. And how do your hold the nut when turning the stud?
    Otherwise the stud does not lift the base, it just floats up and down in the...
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    It doesn't work unless the holes are tapped for...

    It doesn't work unless the holes are tapped for the stud with the nut on top to lock the position.
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    I vote for Sunnex. Bolt 2 flat plates to the base...

    I vote for Sunnex. Bolt 2 flat plates to the base and place one of these in each corner. Can even countersink a hole in each corner to keep each pad locked in position. Can always break everything...
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