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Bearing Surface Length Measurement Question

 
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Old 12-16-2006, 03:09 PM
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Re: Bearing Surface Length Measurement Question

Well, I'll concede that the Sinclair does have the same hole IDs as The Buhay/BSC. Just measured best I could with calipers(don't have pin guages here). Looks like 24cal holes are .239", and 26cal holes are .260".

Seems like these are larger than typical bore diameters, but not as close to 'caliber' as I assumed(there's that dirty word). The Sinclair tool is good.

Hope I didn't mess ya up
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