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2feathers Creative Making

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Maybe @woodtickgreg Could find a few 2 1/2 or 3 inch nut and bolt sets. Should be able to mill in the gaps to turn them into taps and dies. The 2 1/2 and 3 inch sets commercially available are a bit cost prohibitive... would likely need to run stabilized wood for the threaded parts.
 

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Maybe @woodtickgreg Could find a few 2 1/2 or 3 inch nut and bolt sets. Should be able to mill in the gaps to turn them into taps and dies. The 2 1/2 and 3 inch sets commercially available are a bit cost prohibitive... would likely need to run stabilized wood for the threaded parts.
Good idea... it's hard to beat the price of these conduit adapters though... under 5 bux for both pieces
 

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Good idea... it's hard to beat the price of these conduit adapters though... under 5 bux for both pieces
Yeah. That's for sure. I haven't tried any of this stuff myself. I just looked at tap and die sets and about fell out on the 4 inch. I reckon a threaded wood set would sell but would need to be affordable. I tend to pick at ideas off and on for a while...
 
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