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    I found a mach. that has the foot not connected to the frame. I can not tell much from the picture in the manual. The bolt is missing, and I do not want to tear apart another to see how it works unless necessary. Thanks.

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    If these are A's that have been converted to jetback or A2's, the original feet were cut off and bottom mounted feet installed.

    There are three pieces inside the frame and a wedge, when the bolt is inserted and tightened they expand to lock inside the tube. there is a spring around the three pieces to hold them together while installing.

    Most people just use a piece of all thread to replace the bolt. Chances are the original bolt broke and fell out, or just fell out some where.

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    • #3
      If it's an A-2, you can use a 3/8" carriage bolt to slide into the slot and without the set screws, pile washers between the kickback plate and bottom of the foot. The last few washers can be split washers by cutting a slot in them and sliding them into the space that is left.
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      • #4
        Found 2 of the wedges. Have no idea how long this has been missing. I need one wedge and the spring to complete the set up. Is there a part number for this assy.? Thanks

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        • #5
          I don't have the manuals any more, these are old items that "B" won't have any more.

          But,..... I will bet that there are some guy's around here that know where to find them, RIGHT GUY'S !........

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          • #6
            I you can find wedges # 3 you can use a rubber ban to hold wag Intel bolt get in place

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            • #7
              Originally posted by yazu View Post
              Found 2 of the wedges. Have no idea how long this has been missing. I need one wedge and the spring to complete the set up. Is there a part number for this assy.? Thanks
              Send me a PM if you wish, i have a complete assy.
              Brent V
              Hi-tech Repairs-Duck tape & ty raps

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              • #8
                Originally posted by brentman1 View Post
                Send me a PM if you wish, i have a complete assy.
                Thanks brentman1. I am in discussions with the boss about this and a few other things at this time.

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