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Bronze Knight

Member Since 11 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Feb 12 2010 01:19 AM

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In Topic: Heavyweight Mod

30 December 2009 - 08:34 PM

I don't think you can. On the side it reads

Fred. s. Cichner
Iron Works


My great grandfather use to work for sears back when America made there own stuff. He would go around the country and make sure that what the company was buying size 16 washers or whatever. Checking them with a micrometer and whatnot. This was prolby a promotional item he got at some point. Any way you prolby cant find one any where these days.

In Topic: Broken Super Clip

29 December 2009 - 01:26 AM

I would suggest Epoxy putty.

I would also suggest....

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In Topic: Heavyweight Mod

29 December 2009 - 01:13 AM

Ok here is what I did.

I started with some lead blocks I cut off a larger block.

NOTE: I would think that most people here would know this but if you do this mod. do not sand, cut, or dremel. when working with lead with out gloves on. Wash you hands after wards, lead is a deadly heavy metal that can kill you I will not be held accountable for you getting lead poisoning.

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I then pounded them flat/square and then cut them to fit

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Then I used a lot of epoxy and test fitting (for clearance of the moving parts) to secure them in place.

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Here it is perfectly balanced.

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In Topic: Heavyweight Mod

27 December 2009 - 02:15 PM

I was thinking about doing something like this with bondo and some small lead blocks. I'll let you all know how it works out when I get some bondo.