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Dillon strong mounts on another press?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by WhoKnowsWho, Sep 10, 2003.

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  1. WhoKnowsWho

    WhoKnowsWho Member

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    Anyone tried to use them on something other than a Dillon?

    I think my little bench would like me much more if I spread the load a bit more...
     
  2. JoeHatley

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    Darn good question! As another reloader with limited space, I'd also love to know...

    Joe
     
  3. Jeeper

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    You would almost need them on something that had 4 bolts though which eliminates a lot of presses.
     
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    My buddy modified a couple to mount a Rockchucker & something else, bolted the bottom to some 2" thick steel plate, so its "moveable", albeit with some effort...:scrutiny: Seems happy with it, but doesn't load much anymore. Might be why...:evil:

    Tom
     
  5. WhoKnowsWho

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    I suppose I could mount a piece of thick wood to the top of the strong mounts and then mount the press to that wood?

    I knew I got a drill for odds and ends around the house!
     
  6. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    adapter plate

    Do it just like making an adapter plate for trannys and t-cases.



    I've mounted many a GM tranny to a Toyota T-case, or GM engines to Toyota trannys, or Toy engines to GM this and thats.
     
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