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Old 01-14-22, 10:06 AM
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
No need for machines, flat surface, emery cloth, small level, square, calipers and a bit of chi/patience. I can cut the spacer with a pipe cutter that gets very close on both ends then you sand/file them down to finish. I have never been a fan of stacking spacers, especially aluminum that can easily be made to be one piece. The stainless shines up better and looks so much better than anything other than chrome. I can send you a piece anyway if you want, just need the size.
OK, you sold me! As a bonus I get to spend extra time on the buffing machine making it glow. I figure on a finished spacer of, eh, 16mm, and I'll PM you an address.
Larry:1958 Drysdale, 1961 Gitane Gran Sport, 1974 Zeus track, 1988 Masi Gran Corsa, 1974 Falcon, 1980 Palo Alto. Susan: 1976 Windsor Profesional.
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