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11-08-2019, 07:47 AM

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Originally Posted by JoeyInCali View Post
#3 before #2.
Also grind a flat on one side of the insert to prevent it from spinning.
Wet cotton swab with thinner and clean the inside of the insert right after gluing. If epoxy gets in there, it's screwed.
And of course face the shaft before installing the insert. You would think who ever is making these inserts would have done the course thread at the bottom instead of continuing to copy what uni loc has done. If the tolerances are not correct the insert will of course suck out.


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