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Old 07-23-2014, 02:12 PM   #15
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here is a tip i have seen befor

over sized heat shrink tubing with the glue in it

most of the time its just one bolt to get the roller out slide it on .. add heat .. done
last a few years giving how much you use the slides in and out

heat shrink tubing for 0.4 wire should do it but they have it bigger
harbor freight has the stand alone packs 2 red and 2 black for sizes 0.4

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Old 07-24-2014, 02:33 PM   #16
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what do you guys think ... what size is most rollers out there

>> i know it looks small in the video but what i was showing was some good size stuff


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I recently replaced my tile/carpet with engineered wood flooring. One of my slides has rollers. I use the carpet runner material and let the rollers go on that. I just cut 12" strips that are about 36" long. Works great. I have had the roller "push" the runner a few times and not roll on it and the floor was unscathed, but I use them anyways after all of the hard work it took to do the flooring. Cheap insurance.


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