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  • #46
    bummer, hope the next one is ok.

    seems like a lot of them arrive beat up a bit or a lot. a little fiddling usualy gets it togather and working. i suspect its the size of the box VS how heavy it is. it gets 1/2 way picked up not expecting it to be so heavy and as such the picker dose not have a good hold and down it goes. or it could just be crappy service. but when you get one working you will be glad you got threw the hassle and have a neat new toy.

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    • #47
      I just got ring roller#2 and the inner box also looks like it has been dropped. Not as bad as the first one. The shaft wont go through bearings but is much closer than #1.In the AM I'll loosen the bearing bolts and try again.

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      • #48
        The shaft went in when the flange bearings were loosened. The cotter pin had to be ground to fit the shaft and handle hub. I am going to drill new mounting holes in the base to match the base of my HF bender. I already have shields with bolts in the driveway and garage. Is this what you call a hijack????

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        • #49
          I also bought the same Ring roller it looked like it had been dragged to my shop .spent 4 hours with hammer and press but works very good. Thanks UPS.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by KC1 View Post
            I also bought the same Ring roller it looked like it had been dragged to my shop .spent 4 hours with hammer and press but works very good. Thanks UPS.
            That is pronounced Oops

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            • #51
              Originally posted by KEENAVV View Post
              The shaft went in when the flange bearings were loosened. The cotter pin had to be ground to fit the shaft and handle hub. I am going to drill new mounting holes in the base to match the base of my HF bender. I already have shields with bolts in the driveway and garage. Is this what you call a hijack????
              DANG !! The HF base is wider. I can only reuse 1 hole. Out comes my best HF tool the 1" SDS hammer drill.

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