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Old 04-22-2013, 09:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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FBM Gothic Spikes!

Had a friend who needed some Spikes for his gothic....

He found the existing print for the spikes, so im copying em

Knocked out 500 Spikes!


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Up to 59 - $1.50 ea
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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60 - Djxenex - Local Pickup - 1/2 Paid

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60 - lb42 (cc)

Headin to the shop right now (just finished my bowl of cereal haha) and gonna knock out a few more!
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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have 1 more pic!

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Is it possible to get them with a different threading, 8/32 and about 5/16th long. I'm going to put them on an Automag rail.
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Is it possible to get them with a different threading, 8/32 and about 5/16th long. I'm going to put them on an Automag rail.
yes.

how many do you want? i can make some tomorrow night before i tear the machine down

same spike as above?
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:59 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Yeah same as above. I would take 12 of them.
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Could you have the threading go all the way to the end of the spike, instead of the little unthreaded space.
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you dont want the shoulder?

point/shoulder/threads

you'd just want point/threads?

if its just point/threads, there is too much to change for me to quickly switch over
if its the same exact part as im making, but with a longer (and bigger) thread section, i can make them for you tomorrow

if its the other way around... i cant make them for a month minimum
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You have the pointy part, the shoulder, then a threaded post. I want the whole post threaded. You currently have a little bit of the post not threaded right before the shoulder.

I can show you a picture if I'm not explaining it correctly or if go don't understand what I'm tryin to say.
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You have the pointy part, the shoulder, then a threaded post. I want the whole post threaded. You currently have a little bit of the post not threaded right before the shoulder.

I can show you a picture if I'm not explaining it correctly or if go don't understand what I'm tryin to say.
ahh the thread relief groove....

i can thread all the way up to the shoulder, but it will screw in better with the relief...
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