Just to let you know, in addition to making new hardened 2509/2509B AXLE BEARING SLEEVES we are also in the process of making new FORD FAITHFUL OILERS and BOSCH PLATE DISTRIBUTORS. Hope to have them in a few months.
Glen, YOU DA MAN!!!
I think i'll run for Governor!
You couldn't be any worse than the last two crowns we've had!
That should be "clowns", not "crowns".
You might have had it right the first time Mike!
Glen, do NOT run for gov--then these two projects will have tremendous cost overuns!!
No way, I am a fiscal conservative in politics as well as in business. Our goal has been to produce quality parts at reasonable prices. I think we have been quite successful and the parts are all American made.
Glen, pix and more info for the uninitiated ?? Thanks !
Rich, What is unintiated?
It is like unurinated, but different.
Glen: Rich like I may have never seen a ford faithful oiler or a bosch plate distributor...I have heard of them though
Side drive or cross drive mag drive units might be good piece to reproduce
Got my vote
Bob is attracted to mags--it's the extra iron in his diet.
(another rainy day here, I should get back to work. .)
Glen, Make those bearing sleeves a few thousandths of an inch thicker so that the worn out rollers can be used because a lot of folks don't like the solid replacement rollers.
For Rich and others who haven't seen these, here is a previous post:
David no its just my magnetic personality
Bob, do they let you in the casinos then? You might "unrig" the slot machines!!
Stay outta those joints as lizzy hard enough on my cash flow
I recycle them one arm bandits though for a living son I am way I only one making money on them on a daily basis
I only go into them for the Buffets! I have no problem walking past hundreds of one armed bandits. However, One funny story to tell from decades ago. We went to some "timeshare lecture" deal in Reno. One of the "prizes" we got was a coupon for a roll of nickels at Boomtown. Well, that was on our way home, so we dropped in. Got my nickels and found a machine on one end of a handy row (they tell you to never pick one on the end of a row--oh well). Well, I threw a bunch in hoping to get rid of them, and the darn machine kept paying out! After about a half-hour of that, I told Linda, "I want to go home, lets get outta here." Well, the gal playing the machine next to us was watching intently. I told her, "we're leaving, you may have this machine, but please don't play it until we are a ways away!" Well, she didn't wait, and yep, her first play, it payed off big time. Oh well. So we are walking out the door, and I realize I still have 4 quarters, so I drop them in the machine at the door (NEVER play the machine at the door, they tell you) and start to walk away--Ooops, $10 spits out; I take it and we leave! Didn't even "play it off." Wanted to get home before dark!
Thanks for the link Rich - gosh, looks like my T came with one and I didn't know what it was called ?
I've been around enough plumbers to think those right angle fittings would be better replaced with a regular pipe ell, and I see most of those applications show a nice straight run from the hogshead to the pan rather than that hump I got in mine !
I use a T fitting instead of an elbow and cap off the one end so I can clean it