They always look a little asymmetrical because the flywheel side of the cylinder is much cooler.
Not so much what’s on it, but what’s under it. 2 years of grinding swarf that fell through the holes. Time to do a clean out.
It was fine...
Last fall I bought a Lincoln Tig 200 to use in my garage instead of having to do all the welding at the race shop and use the old Lincoln AC/DC...
They probably wanted a coarser thread for better holding power in magnesium.
Well, most 2 series saws cylinder bolts are 1/4-20 threads. So.... grade 8, black oxide.
I like to gut it and make a big single outlet.
It will probably still get beat by a saw with 2 stock rings.
I've been looking into making a complete grinder but I haven't had time to follow through with it. Too busy just making parts for what I already...
Bump, updated whats sold.
Being that the 395 taper is smaller than the 394/288 and the cast in key without a steel hub is weak, I've found they have a tendency to slip when...
Egg shapes burrs are my fav. I use a 3/16" a lot in transfers.
Darn. Too late!
They are much too large and can't fit into the cylinder of anything below 90cc.
It should fit on the HF grinder.
Which GTG was this? I hope they were kind words.
I’ll give away one theses Foredom compatible handpieces that will chuck up to 1/4” shank with shipping to the US for the first two people...
Heli-coils work well on decomp threads. Since it's a small pitch the final hole is still small enough that the decomp crush washer seals.
Since the decomps are such a tiny pitch at 10mm x 1.0 an installed heli-coil's hole isn't bigger than the standard crush washer that comes on them.
I don't think they were that far off. A friend did the mods to the spikes, and I did the cylinder tickling.
The two on the left with full wraps...
I’ve been running modified 562WC spikes on my 562 to maintain the captive bar nuts.
Like the Stihl USG with square grinding dressers and a quick coupler for a second stone?
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