200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

paulbarrette
Sounds like an mma move, but if one side of missing the lock nub you can't stand the stove on the legs safely.  Any ideas to fix it?  I was thinking maybe a pop rivet?

Note the let side is missing.

Thanks
Pb

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Paul Barrette
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Barrett
Hi Paul
I think a long enough pop rivet will work, or a small bolt and thin not that fit between the lock spring bar and case?
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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Barrett
^^Nut^^ not Not lol
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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paulbarrette
Barrett wrote:
Hi Paul
I think a long enough pop rivet will work, or a small bolt and thin not that fit between the lock spring bar and case?


Hi Andrew,
I will try the nut(aka not) job first.  It is easier to remove.  I think the pop rivet might wobble.  But better than nothing.

Thanks
Pb
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paulbarrette
The rivet didn't work out but the bolt worked well.
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This works for me.  Note the cars it sanded print for paint.  I figured I would handle the structural stuff first.

Great idea Andrew!

Thanks

Pb
Paul Barrette
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Barrett
Yep that would work for me too Paul 🙂
I might just use a file to round off the end just a bit, l'd have a habit of catching my knuckles on it otherwise lol
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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paulbarrette
Barrett wrote:
Yep that would work for me too Paul 🙂
I might just use a file to round off the end just a bit, l'd have a habit of catching my knuckles on it otherwise lol


Sounds good.  I will do that too.
Thanks
Pb
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