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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by gfercaks33, Apr 17, 2016.
I don't remember that but it's been years since being there so I'll defer to your memory.
Finished this tonight.
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That's the coolest thing anyone's ever made for me. Thank you so much!
Haha, looks excellent. Great job!
Ha you’d have to fight my 13yo for it.
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Many folks are buying the fancy $700 upgrade for their spouts on their feed boxes these days. The foreman and I didn’t wanna be outdone but we ain’t asking the ranch to blow no $1400. So we rummaged through our salvage yard and came up with a solution. Ours runs faster and the most cost we incurred was the new switch.
Me too. I want one. What is it?
Well this is pretty random and I built it so I guess it can be posted here. The handle on my Dillon 650 broken a while ago and I drilled it out and inserted a bolt as a temporary fix. It worked but was uncomfortable during those longer reloading sessions. I had a piece of scrap walnut/pecan from another project so I made a larger in diameter and longer handle. Don’t have a lathe so made it with hand tools.
A drill in a vise (or a drill press) makes a pretty good po' boy lathe for small stuff.
That is exactly right but I did not have anything that would cut without tearing wood out. So I trimmed it on a bandsaw then used a hand plane to round it out then put it back in the drill press for sanding.
Ingenuity will find a way...
I've used a die grinder when I didn't have another (proper) cutting tool.