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A quick question on the holes in the plates.

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by DarkAlchemist, Aug 17, 2016.

  1. DarkAlchemist

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    I looked online for a 7.2mm drill bit to use on for the holes for the eccentric spacers and found it but I cannot find the 5.1mm drill bit for the standard holes. Any ideas on where to find it? 5.2mm I have easily found but that .1mm larger than is called for can make for a tad loose of a fit.
     
  2. Mark Carew

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    I think you should be fine with the .1mm once things are bolted into place. Other then this if you could mill them out that would work to get the 5.1 fit.
     
  3. Kyo

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    You'll find 13/64" and 9/32" fit nicely if you have access to imperial bits.
     
  5. DarkAlchemist

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    Thank you everyone as this is precisely the info I was looking for.

    I will soon be purchasing my 1M 20x40 extrusions etc...
     

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