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Old 08-27-2017, 08:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ICD Lever changer T-stock a bit too long

I am thinking of taking 2 inches off the stock and putting in two spacers tapped for set screws. Was going to just use a tig welder insread off offset spacers to reconnect the stock but paranoid about having the aluminum destruct on me. The stock is just two inches too long so wondering if others have attempted this and what they did to shorten the stock.
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maybe put a 2 inch drop on your marker.
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I've had the same feelings and can't put a drop on a eurogrip asa... Maybe its mill(er) time?
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Easy for any machinist or welder so get to loppin!
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You could even hack saw it in the middle of the split area and bolt the two halves together and adjust length that way. Should probably drill the holes first.

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As much as I'd love to have it adjustable, I haven't thought of a way that doesn't look like *** and ruin the clean design.

Right now I'm planning to remove a section and drill the raw ends for a pin, press fit and a little red loctite. Just trying to figure out the proper way to locate it in the mill so it lines up where the ends meet...
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Look at a shaft coupling. It's basically a long tube with locks at both ends. If you cut the stock in the middle (and remove a few inches), slide each ends into the coupling, you could just torque down to get the length you want.
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