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    Does anyone know the part # for the small (3/8") slotted washer? All I can find is the 1/2".

    Dutch

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    I'll get the # for you Monday If nobody posts it by then. I think I found it in the PBL manual. 000 or 030 number. I got it marked at work.

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      lo
      ckwasher medium 3/8 951-164-002/??? also lockwasher,spring 3/8 962 500 000

      [ January 05, 2002: Message edited by: felix ]
      If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. Then quit. There's no use being a damn fool about it." -W.C.Fields

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        Are you speaking of the thin shim washer? If so, the item number is 000-029-910. I only install these for emergency use. I use regular flat washers as needed for permanent applications. Hope this helps you....

        Steve
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        Prevent the problems. Don't do crash repairs.

        Drywall in a bowling center: Recipe for disaster.

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          Steve,

          Thanks, I think that's the one!

          You're right, flat washers should be used for permanent applications. The slotted washers are good for quick fixes during league & tournaments. The only place I leave them is at the lower ball lift track bracket. (To prevent yo-yo's) It's almost impossible to get a flat washer to stay in place while you get the bolt thru it. Of coarse, that's only a temp fix too, till I have time to find out what's really causing the problem.

          Thanks again

          Dutch

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            Bump
            If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. Then quit. There's no use being a damn fool about it." -W.C.Fields

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              The good old days.

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                dutch... it's oil and dirt, a bad combo
                jim k.

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