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Old 01-24-2008, 08:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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"How to " put a stock-class loader on a autococker

im wondering how to put a stock-class loader on a 2004 prostock any ideas
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Old 01-24-2008, 08:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Depends on what exactly you want. I have a feed that will fit inside a clamping feedneck. PM me. I have pics of a one piece feed that I can attach as well on my website. Link is in sig.
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hear is a pic of my prostock
and a pic of how i would like the stock-class loader on it.
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You can drill and tap for the mounting screw or have someone do it for you. That would be cheap. $5 plus return shipping. Pretty easy job. Do you have the mounting screw for that feed?
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no i do not
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Then you would need to buy the phantom feedblock and tube.
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do you know where i can get one of thoes?
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where can i get someone to do it do you know?

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You can drill and tap for the mounting screw or have someone do it for you. That would be cheap. $5 plus return shipping. Pretty easy job. Do you have the mounting screw for that feed?
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Order the stuff from Wevo.

There are multiple people on here to do that: rainman229, myself, noxx, and probably many others machinists I cant name
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what do i exactly need?

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Order the stuff from Wevo.

There are multiple people on here to do that: rainman229, myself, noxx, and probably many others machinists I cant name
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