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Old 05-01-2012, 03:05 PM
Sailormilan2 Sailormilan2 is offline
 
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You got that right. I know Jon's pain. One of the one's above I talked about took over three hours to lap in. No breaks, no stopping other than wiping sweat off my face, and checking headspace every so often. Seriously thinking about not doing anymore of them myself. If anyone wants a G.I. bolt in them, farm it out....To Jon....haa haa.
Which bolt did you have to lap? TRW, SA, or Win? I have had to do more work fitting TRW bolts, than SA or Win. I have read that that is the norm too, since many TRW bolts were made to be replacement bolts based on estimated wear. Estimates that were incorrect. So, TRW bolts tend to be a bit longer, and therefore a bit harder to fit to Polytech receivers.
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Old 05-02-2012, 06:35 PM
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It was indeed a TRW bolt on a Polytech receiver. A pain in the butt.
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