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What is this Dillon part

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by MoreIsLess, Nov 14, 2012.

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  1. MoreIsLess

    MoreIsLess Member

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    This part just fell off my Dillon 550b while I was loading some 9mm. Anybody know what it could be, unless it came from one of my Lee dies. I didn't see this on the parts list in the Dillon owners manual anywhere.

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  2. HOWARD J

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    What size is it ??
    What were you doing when it fell off ?
     
  3. Kevin Rohrer

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    Put a dime beside it for reference.

    If it is smaller than a dime and looks like a top hat, it could be part #18086, the Shoulder Washer that attaches to the Failsafe Rod (#97000). Mine drops off every now and then.
     
  4. David E

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    Not sure.....is it possible to take a smaller picture of it?
     
  5. Bud0505

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    The powder system has a bowed washer, p/n 14041, that helps hold the bell crank on could that be it?
     
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  7. MoreIsLess

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    That's exactly what it is.

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    I had another powder measure assembly and compared the 2 to see what was different. Should have thought of that first.
     
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