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Re: 6" Face plate for PM3520

Philip Duffy
>Doug, Sorry the Tip did not show up in your search. What I do is buy the steel nuts of the proper thread size and drill a hole in hard wood, ie, maple, and recess the nut into place. The hole should be small enough for the corners to NOT fit. You chisle out the corners and set the nut down into the wood, leaving the contact surface proud by 1/4 or so. That way you can always get a wrench on the nut if it sticks to the drive spindle.Put the epoxy into the recessed area and in a few hours you have a bunch of face plates. Cheap and easy. Phil

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