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Thread: press fit feed neck

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    press fit feed neck

    hey van i was wondering sine u had to put in the press in threaded neck on ur mid blocks, i was wondering if u had any
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    Some, but they are raw, and they need to be milled to clear the upper tube. It's not a "crush and go" type of project.
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    yea thats alright... the person i send my body to do sum work on prolly will be able to mill the rest off... how much would u want for 1?
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    nvm i found 1
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    Hey Van I had a question to tag onto this thread. I have the taiwan freeflow lotus body with the press fit feed neck . What is the best way to get that to stay in? should I sand the neck and apply some type of glue? What do you suggest?

    Thanks

    Matt

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    Red loctite works pretty well, just use enough of it. I have also used JB Weld in the past, which worked well, just be careful not have any ooze into the lower tube if you don't have a reamer to clean it out.
    A set screw in the sight rail and tube don't hurt either.
    Last edited by Vantrepes; 06-14-2008 at 10:21 AM.
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