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 Post subject: new pb closure
PostPosted: Fri Jul 15, 2016 7:53 pm 
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Oh Paris!!!
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i made the spring from a carriage bolt, cut the required hole in the BP and stockwood....the spring goes behind one of the BP screws to 'hold' it...but it's also tapped into the wood...there's a pin to limit travel(just in case)....then i did a brass knob to slide, slight down movement releases the latch(which took over a hour just to get it into the exact position!!!)...then the last brass rivet thru the lid/along with a touch of solder :jmp:
slicker than silk panties on Paris's bottom................. :P

marc n tomtom

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 Post subject: Re: new pb closure
PostPosted: Fri Jul 15, 2016 9:09 pm 
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very nice patch box , you are an artist when it comes to these , everyone that has experienced mine says its remarkable how nicely fit and smoothly functioning - the catch concealment fools most everyone ,


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