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Old 02-11-2019, 09:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Off the top of one's head (without having to consult the app or conduct any research), does anyone know if this is the same as another pen's bushings?

Thank you....again, I can do the research, but if you have these things memorized, it would save me some work.

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Spartin Click, Nautical Twist, Gearshift BP, Broadwell Nouvea Twist - Upper and lower bushing 0.495 on a 3/8 tube
If you have any of those other bushing, Please double check the Dia.

Not off the top of my head. I just used the find option in excel

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PSI's new Dog Click pen also uses those bushings.
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Thank you, you just saved me $5. I have those bushings. And yes, my wife wants the dog pen. I have to get a copy of the Excel file. Thank you! I will check.
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I am working on the gearshift pen and I think I have those bushings too. I was going to turn between centers without bushings so that saves me somewhat. This is the pen where my resin blew past my silicone stoppers so I have to cast another one just in case I can not save it. I am doing this for a friend and sure hopes he appreciates all the trouble I am having with his pen.
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Thank you, you just saved me $5. I have those bushings. And yes, my wife wants the dog pen. I have to get a copy of the Excel file. Thank you! I will check.
If you have Adobe Acrobat Pro, There's feature that allows you to convert a PDF to MS Word or Excel. Its scans the PDF and uses Character recognition. It will take a little cleaning up once converted to an .xls but overall, not bad.
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Thank you. I have used that function several times. Good reminder!
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