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    Default Source needed for 5/16" - to + ground pins

    I am looking for a source to buy a small set of precision ground pins in the 5/16" range to use to check the size of valve guides on Harley-Davidson heads. I don't really need a 250-piece set, just a dozen or so above and below the 5/16" size. If anyone could help I'd appreciate that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jubileejerry View Post
    I am looking for a source to buy a small set of precision ground pins in the 5/16" range to use to check the size of valve guides on Harley-Davidson heads. I don't really need a 250-piece set, just a dozen or so above and below the 5/16" size. If anyone could help I'd appreciate that.
    Jerry
    Deltronic | Pin Gages, Plug Gages, Plug Gage Sets, Same Day Shipment

    IIRC they will sell you what ever you want.

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    You can also buy spi brand from msc easily.


    They will be cheap and plenty good for what you're doing.

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    I would use a dial bore gage rather than pins, it'll show out of round much better.

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    McMaster Carr

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    Deltronics

    Grainger

    Any other local tool supplier can also get individual pins

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    Thanks to all of you for your help. I have the information I needed now. Jerry


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