On Fri, 6 Sep 2002 17:22:29 -0500 "David Feldman"
> And I'm not ever again throwing away a customer's broken part without
> stripping it for any good pulley, spring, or limit screw!
I have been doing this since the early 70s, and have lots of oddball metric bolts in several boxes. It has been a real money and part saver over the years. Back in those days, that was the only way I had to get metric threaded things. Not that way today.
I stripped the alloy (?) anchor bolt on my (Stem shifted Huret Allvit) Raleigh Record, and had to fabricate a new one. Getting a hole drilled sucessfully in a steel bolt I found someplace, was quite a time waster without a good drill bit or drill press.
Steven M. Johnson, Chesapeake, VA
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