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Post  ticomareado on Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:30 pm

Let's step it up a bit. Take a trashed out Bee crankcase and bore a 1/8" or so hole in bottom where dead center cylinder bore falls and secure a bolt/lock nut in hole that chucks into drill. Now glow heads can be sandpapered with impunity and dirty cylinder grooves can be spun clean using cotton parcel bailing twine.
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Post  Mark Boesen on Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:19 am

i use a long machine screw with a piece of rubber hose between two washers and a nut, tighten nut to compress rubber to hold cylinder and chuck bottom of screw into drill.
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