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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by WhiteMikeCN, Sep 3, 2010.

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  1. WhiteMikeCN

    WhiteMikeCN Member

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    Is there anyway that someone could take a picture of the empty bowl that shows the opening. I am trying to figure out a way to mount a pool pump motor to the bowl from a 2001 to make a more efficient tumbler.

    Chris
     
  2. jmorris

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    I don't have a photo but I can tell you on the lid is a sticker that notes that it is not for liquids.
     
  3. WhiteMikeCN

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    i need a picture of the inside of the bowl and how to mount it to the base... Why are there 6 holes in the bottom of this bowl... I need a picture...
     
  4. rg1

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    You're a lot of trouble. Here's 4 pics of the bowl and mounting. The inside bowl screws just hold the rubber the spring fits to. Under the bowl as you can see is a metal plate. The plate itself has mounting bolts to the motor while the bowl mount is just the rubber spring holder. Hope the pics are ok and excuse the cob webs.
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  5. WhiteMikeCN

    WhiteMikeCN Member

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    Thanks for the help and the time you put into it... Why is only one picture showing up???
     
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    Just slow getting them uploaded. Edited post and put one image at a time into the post, reedited and added another etc. Refresh your page.
    Also note that there are rubber spacers between the plate and the bowl at each spring.
     
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    Picture doesn't show it but the center of the top of the bowl is simply a threaded rod with a washer and nut.
     
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