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Old September 29, 2012, 03:52 PM   #11
Lost Sheep
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One could, but why?

Originally Posted by Mike Irwin
Very hard to repair, although, one COULD ream out the stripped hole, superglue a machine screw into the enlarged hole and then have a hopper mount very much like the studs/nuts of the Pro's hopper.
Why couldn't one just get or cut a couple of pieces of screw rod in an appropriate diameter and make their own Pro style studs at the onset and skip all the hassle of the stripped screws?
Who among us would fix something before it breaks? Probably the same ones who would buy the Pro Auto-disk in the first place, thereby reducing to zero the number of people who would follow your advice. Which is excellent, by the way. Getting to the holes before they strip out would probably result in a stronger unit.

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