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    Hello all,

    I am trying to find a part number for table flags, I know I have seen these but I cannnot seem to find the number today.


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    My service manual states the part # is 82-70-ST-6587. I looked up part number 070-006-587 is the price book and the description was TOOL-LOCATING.



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      I cheat [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif[/img] I use rubber bands instead of flags.

      Put a long rubber band (or 2 standards tied together) on the front RSC frame screw & stretch it to the rear frame screw.

      Take another rubber band & put it on the finger pivot stud & stretch it to the middle frame screw.

      You now have crosshairs similar to what you see in a rifle scope.


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        Not cheating Dutch. Great solution.



        • #5
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          Wow thanks Dutch. Great idea! I love it when people are innovative. That really make the game a blast!


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            Just another idea I wish I could take credit for but can't. I learned it from another mechanic on this great web site a few years back.


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