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Bill Berklich

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#1 posted 01-16-2018 04:29 PM



I would take the spring pin out and tap the hole so you could quickly remove a hex cap or socket cap screw as many times as you needed to without having to mess around pounding out the pin any more.

- bigblockyeti

..what he said – just tap the hole. I’d use a shouldered screw (standard is a socket head cap) and use a cut off wheel to trim the top off. Available at Grainger or at Ace Hardware

https://www.grainger.com/category/shoulder-screws/socket-screws-and-set-screws/fasteners/ecatalog/N-15gw#nav=%2Fcategory%2Fshoulder-screws%2Fsocket-screws-and-set-screws%2Ffasteners%2Fecatalog%2FN-15gwZ1z0o3pp

-- Bill - Rochester MI


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