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Subject: Re: good leveling screw source
From: "Charles R. Patton" charles.r.patton@........
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2005 07:41:05 -0700

Your're right -- apparently frames or some such. So, anyway, got to 
McMaster-Carrs site
and enter :
in the "FIND" box for the screws
in the "FIND" box for the nuts

These are all Stainless Steel, so should be stable and non-corroding.

Also one other source of things.  If you go to:
type "micrometer" in the "KEYWORD" box
it will return a list and at the top is a 1" micrometer (895-2VGA 
for $19.99.  Cheap, but very available source.  It used to be you could 
buy a ball bearing and a small friction holder to use with micrometers 
so rather than a flat face, you had a point contact.  I have one for my 
micrometer.  This would be much better than trying to put a centered 
countersink on the face (which is generally hardened or even carbide.)

Charles Patton

ChrisAtUpw@....... wrote:

>Hi Charles,
>       I can't make any of your links work. I copy / paste the reference, 
>check for <>, press enter and the screen just hangs.....
>       Regards,
>       Chris Chapman


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