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    Installing ball detent in bolt?

    Howdy,

    I have a perfectly serviceable open-faced 2K+ bolt with the old pull pin. I despise the pull pin and have a good supply of bolt push pins. While it's within my abilities, I really don't want to buy a $50 tap just to thread the rear for a pull pin detent. Could I epoxy one in-place instead and have it hold? Wouldn't be a challenge to make a spacer to fit behind the detent to get the tension right.

    #2
    Have you look at clevis-pins

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      #3
      Originally posted by nobbie333 View Post
      Have you look at clevis-pins
      Thought about it, but 1) I have bolt pins, and 2) clevis pins look tacky, not that the Cocker this is going on is a show piece.

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        #4
        Not to sidetrack this but what tap do you need that is $50? I'm pretty sure my whole tap and dye kit was around that (not positive, it was a gift) and it's had everything I've needed so far

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        • SignOfZeta

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          A good one.

          A $50 Horrible Fright tap set should work for one hole in aluminum though. And then he’d have a set of taps.

        #5
        Originally posted by Trbo323 View Post
        Not to sidetrack this but what tap do you need that is $50? I'm pretty sure my whole tap and dye kit was around that (not positive, it was a gift) and it's had everything I've needed so far

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        McMaster Carr. 1/2-13 UNC is not the most common size. I already have a taps and dies for the stuff we normally encounter. I try to limit my business with the chicoms, too. I have all the parts necessary to epoxy except for the detent itself, which I would need either way.

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          #6
          By chance is that the lower tube of a 2k+ cocker?

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            #7
            Originally posted by Trbo323 View Post
            By chance is that the lower tube of a 2k+ cocker?

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            Everything I can find says 3/4-16 for the IVG and 5/8-18 for the valve retaining nut.

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              #8
              You pay for shipping, I can send you a tap to borrow. Just send me a PM if interested.

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