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Old 02-12-2013, 03:37 PM
Ericc Ericc is offline
 
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Originally Posted by TGR View Post
Took the ejector out, but left the bolt assembled. Tried with Op Rod and No Spring and without Op Rod as per CPM Tech Websight. Bolt fell right into place.
You can do a quick survey with your no-go gage. Place a piece of blue painters tape on the bolt end of the no-go gage. Trim the tape so it doesn't wrap over any edge. it should be a flat little circle.

Then try again with the gage. The tape is a poor mans way of lengthening the gage a little. Add tape until the bolt doesn't close and then measure the thickness of the tape.

Add the tape thickness to the no-go dimension and see if it's less then the field measurement.

This isn't terrible accurate but it should get you in the ball park until you can pick up a field gage.

Eric
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