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Old 05-04-2008, 07:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Dan, i'll be willing to go in with on the 2nd order for a 21/32-32 tap. we'll split shipping.
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Old 05-04-2008, 07:59 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Dan, i'll be willing to go in with on the 2nd order for a 21/32-32 tap. we'll split shipping.
interesting trying to find one....

5/8 -32 = 20/32-32 easy
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11/16-32 = 22/32-32 easy
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PPS should have some, If you ask the right person, they might sell some or tell us where they can be ordered from.
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Old 05-09-2008, 04:57 PM   #14 (permalink)
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i found a place that can make a 21/32-32 tap but it isn't cheap! $131.89 each!!!

i just asked for a quote for 1 tap but i'll check to see if it gets any cheaper by ordering more than one.
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You did better than me.... Count me in for one if it helps drop the price... even if it doesn't I think this may be one just to have in the toolbox...
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cool deal Jimmy and it'll be a nice tool to have when you need it... no doubt.

i emailed them again and asked on the quantity/pricing deal. i'm waiting for a reply(which may take until Monday).



also, the tap i requested the quote on is a Bottoming Style tap and is long enough to reach the inside of a kp lengthed valve core without the tap wrench going into the tube.

anyone think that this should be changed???
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also, the tap i requested the quote on is a Bottoming Style tap and is long enough to reach the inside of a kp lengthed valve core without the tap wrench going into the tube.

anyone think that this should be changed???
Not having tried to thread something like that... I think your on the right path...

worst case we may need to turn down the end or weld a extension on it..
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:28 PM   #18 (permalink)
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sorta off topic but....

Anyone know what the threading is for the sheridan grip frame screw, that is the one attaching the frame to the body, not the the grips to the frame. Thanks

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pricey,but sounds good to me.

Jimmy you should just turn some steel ones out,cut a couple long groves<instant brass tap
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:36 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Yeah I may try to turn some threads this weekend... I got the book and should have the right tooling for the lathe...

I'm not sure I can make a tap for raw material ... maybe just like a thread chaser...
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