Self adjusters over adjusting

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A wise investment. :thumbright:
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all sorted then

nice

wonder if some of my trials were indeed just mis matched US and Aussie parts and trying to get bits for 9 inch drums



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Blue, sounds like the best way to go, well done.

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Seems a good idea... Are the manual ones billet? What did you do to shorten them?
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No just steel, a grinder with a thin cut off wheel makes short work of 'em...
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Where did you source the manual adjusters from, Blue?

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Rock Auto, buy virtually all of my stock components from them these days.
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