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Old April 28, 2013, 02:22 PM   #12
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These are the same things that you would run into if you were working for a "manufacturer". The difference is they have access to more parts if they run into a problem. It is not uncommon to have to do a little "fitting" on occasion. I ran into that on my last upper. The Pivot pin fit very tight and I had to take some fine sandpaper to the pivot pin hole to get it to slide in and out like it should. Probably could have done it with some lapping compound but the sandpaper was handy. The only downside I can see is as was mentioned. If you do it yourself there is no warranty but I don't see that being much of an issue to someone who knows how to build one to begin with.
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