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Old 10-09-2009, 07:42:40 PM
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I need to know what size pin I have ? about 7/8 long skinny end is .150 fat end is .170 I need to know what number reamer I need ? and were to buy or borrow one ? i only need to do one hole. thanks Scott
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Default Re: Tapered pin help

Check in Mc Master Carr cat. It will tell the dimentions and the # of the Tapered pin. Go to Mcmastercarr.com on the web. They have a on line cat.
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Default Re: Tapered pin help

A #0 pin is .156" on the big end and .138" on the small end for a 7/8" long pin. It's likely a 3/4" long #1 pin (.172" big end), which gives you a .156" small end. See the following link. You can enter the pin length and it will tell you the standard diameters in that length.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#pins/=3zorm1
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Default Re: Tapered pin help

Scott,
I have a set of tapered pin reamers.
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Thanks Doug I just bought a set on ebay . I guess I needed a number one . Scott , thanks every one
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