I am short on 2-4 pan screws

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I am short on 2-4 pan screws

Post by inaki » Tue Mar 01, 2005 9:27 pm

Post by inaki
Tue Mar 01, 2005 9:27 pm

Well, I am about to install the two last parts but I am short for about 6 screws. These are the 2-4 pan screws that are used to hold the hones to the aluminium parts. I got a bag of them and I have used all of them. Should I use some of the free hones screws ?
Well, I am about to install the two last parts but I am short for about 6 screws. These are the 2-4 pan screws that are used to hold the hones to the aluminium parts. I got a bag of them and I have used all of them. Should I use some of the free hones screws ?
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Post by robosavvy » Tue Mar 01, 2005 11:09 pm

Post by robosavvy
Tue Mar 01, 2005 11:09 pm

It is unlikely that there are missing nickel pan screws.
However, for good or for bad, there are no spare screws!.
What often happens is that due to the repetitive process of attaching hones and brackets, people tend to put more screws on the hones than what's indicated in the instructions.
For example, for attaching hone to bracket, on page 30 the under arm gets only one screw whereas the foot on page 29 gets 2 and the leg on page 26 gets 1 on one side and 2 on the other.
It is unlikely that there are missing nickel pan screws.
However, for good or for bad, there are no spare screws!.
What often happens is that due to the repetitive process of attaching hones and brackets, people tend to put more screws on the hones than what's indicated in the instructions.
For example, for attaching hone to bracket, on page 30 the under arm gets only one screw whereas the foot on page 29 gets 2 and the leg on page 26 gets 1 on one side and 2 on the other.
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