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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-28-2010, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Band saw or ?

Anybody have a band saw? I have this nut that is supposed to hold a clutch slider, but when the plastic part is on it gets in the way. So my thought was to cut the nut down and the plastic slider down to make it shorter. Any other thoughts would be welcome
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Hack saw and a 6 pack ought to do it. Ask Jimzx9r about his custom exhaust cutting.
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I have one, but it hasn't been used in about 6 years. I have no idea what shape its in, but you are welcome to come take a look.

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Hack saw and a 6 pack ought to do it. Ask Jimzx9r about his custom exhaust cutting.
bets on whether I finish the 6 pack before i finish cutting

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craig -- will it turn on?
Don't know. I believe it ran the last time it was plugged in. I've never re-wired the motor for 120. It's currently wired for 208/240V... If you want to make the trip, I guess I could move all the stuff out of that corner of the garage and re-wire it for 120V. Or make a special cord to use the two circuits in the garage to run it...

I got it from my brother when he shut down his prosthetic lab. It's sat unused in the garage since then - some 6 or so years now.

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