Craig Clark on tue 21 may 02
What was I thinking? What I "meant" to say was that after the bat with
the holes drilled through it is centered and clamped to the wheel head the
next step is to mark the holes with a "sharpee." Then remove the bat, center
punch the marked holes, and drill through the wheel head with a bit that is
the size of the SHAFT of the bat pins.
Sorry about the confusion
Sometime my brain takes a holiday without letting me know
Craig Dunn Clark
619 East 11 1/2 st
Houston, Texas 77008
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2002 6:00 PM
Subject: Re: Determining Bat Pin Locations ?
> You suggest drilling through the bat after clamping it to the wheel head.
> the bat pins I'm familiar with have a larger head than shaft this wont
> The head of the pin will drop though the wheel head. One needs to drill a
> hole the size of the pins shaft though the wheel head not the size of the
> pin's head. Hope this helps rather than confuses what should be a simple
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