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A460 polylocks

Post  bbf-falcon on October 3rd 2014, 8:35 am

I found a busted polylock yesterday.after examining the remaining ones, I noticed that all had a base size of .550 except 1, and it was .600. I've had these for awhile and were bought used.It seems the .600 base would be a stronger lock because of meat around the base.

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Re: A460 polylocks

Post  rmcomprandy on October 3rd 2014, 9:14 am

bbf-falcon wrote:I found a busted polylock yesterday.after examining the remaining ones, I noticed that all had a base size of .550 except 1, and it was .600. I've had these for awhile and were bought used.It seems the .600 base would be a stronger lock because of meat around the base.

The fat ones are the normal ones. The small .550" ones are for use with rocker arms which only have a 9/16" recess in the fulcrum.

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Re: A460 polylocks

Post  Lem Evans on October 3rd 2014, 10:24 am

bbf-falcon wrote:I found a busted polylock yesterday.after examining the remaining ones, I noticed that all had a base size of .550 except 1, and it was .600. I've had these for awhile and were bought used.It seems the .600 base would be a stronger lock because of meat around the base.

Rick, I've got a herd of polylocks if you need some.

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Re: A460 polylocks

Post  bbf-falcon on October 3rd 2014, 10:59 am

Thx Lem,i will call u in a bit.udaman Wink

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