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Old 03-09-2012, 02:07 PM
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BLING!! Only one!

I had one shifter knob that was a goof-up!! I was rushing the center drill and broke off the tip. I was able to extract the broken bit tip and salvage the shifter knob.


Same deal as the last time, the first member who asks for the knob, gets the knob. Just pay me back the shipping cost with PayPal.


If you want to read up on the specs, here is the info.
BLING!! AGAIN!!!


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Old 03-09-2012, 03:21 PM
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If I had a manual I'd win. lol
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Old 03-09-2012, 05:30 PM
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Lilpooh, still available? It'd be nice in my 23T when it's done,
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Old 03-09-2012, 06:19 PM
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Yep, still available nobody claimed it. Another PM coming your way.
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Old 03-09-2012, 06:42 PM
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The knob is spoken for.
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So I take it by the term "center drill" you're a machinist aswell? I've made a great deal of these in different shapes on manual lathes, and pistol grips on milling machines. Heck, I've got a sick idea for a cnc mill to enscribe powerstroke on a pistol grip from aluminum I'm making for our welding foremans personal truck.
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Old 03-09-2012, 09:23 PM
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So I take it by the term "center drill" you're a machinist aswell? I've made a great deal of these in different shapes on manual lathes, and pistol grips on milling machines. Heck, I've got a sick idea for a cnc mill to enscribe powerstroke on a pistol grip from aluminum I'm making for our welding foremans personal truck.
Yep, 6 yrs in. Still wet behind the ears!! LOL. I've got ALOT to learn yet. I'm working my way up to Tool & Die. We've got the manual lathes, mills, grinders. No CNC for the plant I work in.

Most of our production machines are from the '40's, so when equipment/parts break, we gotta make the parts from scratch.
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:28 PM
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Pooh, Ive been through 4 shops. Two in the same shipyard. My first year was all cnc. I did a 4 year machinist apprenticeship at Avondale Shipyard through Delgado community college here in New Orleans, LA. Im currenty at the water board in N.O., and we have 3 cnc machines. They only let us use them for specical things, but I have cnc background, plus i have training paperwork so im always on the machine doing stuff for the bosses. Most of our machines are easily 20 years maybe newer, besides the cnc, those are about 6. When I was at avondale we have stuff from the 40s, 70s, and late 90s. Im still "wet" you can say, but Im good at what I do know. Ive gotta say, I really enjoy machine work, and being at the waterboard, we have to make everything that breaks be it machinery or water/sewer equiptment. So i feel where you come from on making stuff to fix stuff. Haha. I can say this, working in a repair shop is the best shop you can work at to be a machinist. Its always changing and youll always learn something.
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