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Offline Mike@Norwood

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New website launched
« on: July 09, 2012, 09:12:21 am »
When is the last time you checked out our web site? We are constantly updating it with new product videos, owner testimonials, and practical operating advice. Grab a cup of coffee (cold drink) and check it out!

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Re: New website launched
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2012, 09:33:59 pm »
Like it!

Still have any industrial tooth setters?

The new board off loader are a great idea but the flange nuts bind against the weld, and the spacing for the ML26 from the bunk edge should be greater than 1 3/4 as there is contact with the bunk mounting bolts which due to the bunk mounting bolts and the offroller flange nut being so far back cause the offloader to get stuck in a somewhat half up position then it should be down.

Vs 1 3/4 I went to 2 5/8, and ground the flange on the nut on one and its works slick as can be. 

A washer behind the mounting nut and a flange nut with a less diameter will do wonders.

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