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Old 02-08-2012, 01:06 PM   #11
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I finally found some bushings, they are not what I wanted, but with some modification they will work. I have to cut them shorter, which is very difficult because they are hard to cut. I drilled out the bushings and upper washers with a 1" Vermont America bi-metal drill bit. These things are made out of 630 Stainless Steel treated to AMS 5643. I burn through a diamond cutoff wheel on every cut. A sawzall blade just polishes em! Crazy stuff, stronger than I need, but I have em, so I have to work with em.

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