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#1 Janice Arthur

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Posted 09 April 2011 - 07:47 AM

Hi all;

I finally got my screw set done and including the bushings.

All are Stainles steel.

I picked some non-traditional lengths of screws because I kept running into situations that seemed to need longer than "regular" baseplate screws.

If you're looking for the traditional baseplate screws these are not them . . . they may work but that's not
their original intent. This kit/selection was started out as something I wanted and couldn't find and then I just made a run at my machine shop. I've got my 5-10 sets and now the rest are up for sale.

The bushings are 3/8" to 1/4" and very useful for all this Prosumer stuff that needs 1/4-20" and we live in the professional 3/8" world. They are also useful because you can now stick in an bushing and use any common 1/4"-20 screw to hold down accessories. 1/4-20 screws are very very common and in lots of instances very cheap.

www.flyitlevel.com is where you find them. Steve Fracol's site is perfect for selling all our bits and pieces and his web designer,Beverly, has done a wonderful job making it all work. (She worked really hard to fix a couple of quirks with this product/paypal that was way over her normal duties.)

You can ask me questions but buy them there.

Lastly, if you buy any just pay for ONE shipping charge. These things are so small I can put many in a package and the shipping is the same.

Thanks and let me know feedback, if I do another run and I have a size too big or small I can adjust.

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