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Old 03-18-2019, 05:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks. So 3/8” is the max
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Hi Dusty, did that pipe cutter have a deburring tool built in?

Could that have been used in place of a file?
You'll want to use a file - the SS that AGD made the bodies from is pretty hard.
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Yes, and no more than 3/8".
Hi Jordan, that does not seem like much material coming off? Why so little ?
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Hi Jordan, that does not seem like much material coming off? Why so little ?


Not sure but I think it’s because a even amount of balls need to sit in the feed
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And how much should I cut?
Just leave enough material to fit the elbows you're using.
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thats a right feed gun not powerfeed.

Put feed elbow on existing feed tube.

Mark the bottom of feed elbow

Measure top of feed tube down to your mark.

Now measure that length from the base of your body up the feed tube.

That is the minimum length of tube you want to leave behind.

Not all elbows are the same.
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