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Old 05-07-2008, 08:47 PM   #21 (permalink)
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cool, thats helpful.. I'll take all my pictures in a poorly lit room

seriously get the body milled... I'll do it even, its like what, 2-3 passes with a ball end mill? thats like 10min of work.
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1/4" ball end mill, I do it in 4 passes with coolant.
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Old 05-07-2008, 08:59 PM   #23 (permalink)
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He told how in a previous post.

The right side back block hole isnt threaded. You put the rod thru the back block and screw it into the pump plate. The lock down a set screw in the back block to secure the rod.

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Another option is to turn down the OD on the rod between the threads. So you screw the threads thru the back block, then it slips thru until you threads both the back and front at the same time.
That would work.we were thinking about right and left hand threads.Let me think.Oh yes, upside down backwards threads.piece of cake.That would make dis-assembly frustrating for some.I can here the phone ringing now.
You would have to do both rods at the same time.Honey,give me a hand with this darn piece of @#$%^ Please.

Ya,when you think about it a thru hole with a set screw sounds pretty good.
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1/4" ball end mill, I do it in 4 passes with coolant.
yeah, thats sort of what I figured..

cool dude, do you do cnc?

Edited to make me not look like quite as big an idiot..:
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yeah, thats sort of what I figured..

cool dude, do you do cnc?
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yeah, thats sort of what I figured..

cool dude, do you do cnc?
He owns CCM. I'd bet he has $1 million plus in CNC equipment.

And the set screw method is what I do. Easy and it works.
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Here yo go Bill: (click to make bigger)



These are pics from the new owner. My double pump plate, your body, S6 style front end.

And for those of you guys reading this who are saying "why a 2nd pump arm"...you just have to shoot it to understand.
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He owns CCM. I'd bet he has $1 million plus in CNC equipment.

And the set screw method is what I do. Easy and it works.
whoops.. didn't mean him lol.. I guess he posted before I did, fairly obvious.. CCmachinist... duh..

I meant Hvacman lol
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Agreed lol. I am hooked on the dual rods.
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hmn, whats an economy kit with two rods feel like? I think it would probably feel like a deluxe pumpkit right?
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