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Old 06-25-2022, 11:52 PM   #29
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Did you put them back into the holes they came out of?
No, I bagged them and taped them to the defective swing arm, and I can't find any of it. Grrrrr...
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I always ask my wife to help me when this happens. Sometimes she finds it and sometimes her helping triggers my memory.
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No, I bagged them and taped them to the defective swing arm, and I can't find any of it. Grrrrr...


at my age IMC I take pics of most everything.

And when I find that very very special place to keep it, I take both notes and pics.
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Did you put them back into the holes they came out of?
@YC1 @Rob Roy -- taking pics would require organized file storage... not sure I'm capable <smirk> maybe I'll borrow one screw from each of four basement doors. (Kidding!)

@Nuss @Phil Palmer - did you have to disassemble the door when drilling out the rivets to keep metal shavings from falling into the door cavity? I've been meaning to drill out 3 or 4 frozen screws on the door frame/skin, but not looking forward ti it.

If this becomes a nightmare, I will fall back to the gas strut solution.

Thanks all for the help on this and other projects!!
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@YC1 @Rob Roy -- taking pics would require organized file storage... not sure I'm capable <smirk> maybe I'll borrow one screw from each of four basement doors. (Kidding!)

@Nuss @Phil Palmer - did you have to disassemble the door when drilling out the rivets to keep metal shavings from falling into the door cavity? I've been meaning to drill out 3 or 4 frozen screws on the door frame/skin, but not looking forward ti it.

If this becomes a nightmare, I will fall back to the gas strut solution.

Thanks all for the help on this and other projects!!
Fit perfect. Light drilling for old rivets removal, light drilling, for new rivets, went one size up. Changed a couple of worn screws on rig frame. Took twenty minutes tops... Was happy to have it!
Just came back from a trip to Utah. Open door when really windy, held great and closes as expected.
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