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    If anyone has a new 90's O pan on a shelf somewhere, could you tell me the measurement of the opening of it? I know they get spread out over time, but I think I might have gotten a few of mine too "closed" up causing some grief in the other direction!

    Thanks,

    Dave

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    If you check with AMF they can give you the part # for the new tool for setting the pan, index levers and sweep settings. Don't have one but I've seen it.
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    • #3
      The opening measurement is 5 1/2". You would be amazed at the problems that can happen when this is too wide. If you want the part number for the tool, let me know, but a properly graduated ruler should get the job done acceptably!
      Regards,

      Billy T
      bthompson@qubicaamf.us

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      • #4
        Thanks for the measurement Billy. I'll go with the ruler for now! LOL..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BillyT4QAMF View Post
          The opening measurement is 5 1/2". You would be amazed at the problems that can happen when this is too wide. If you want the part number for the tool, let me know, but a properly graduated ruler should get the job done acceptably!

          Billy, at what location on the pan is that measurement taken?
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          • #6
            At the front of the O-pan where it straddles the dist belt. Thought I could find a pic, but haven't been able to locate one. I could create one easy enough if it was really necessary
            Regards,

            Billy T
            bthompson@qubicaamf.us

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            • #7
              A pan that is too wide and not high enough at the end causes pins to roll hard and either stall or fall over the pan... the pan doesn't seem to 'catch' the pin properly.. what I've found anyway.

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