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Post  Ken Cook Fri Mar 13, 2015 4:35 am

The problem with using metal is that eventually the crank will rub on it. This is readily noticeable even with the stock backplate. The crank bushing even new has a good bit of play. The stock Fox stuffer has a very hard anodized coating on it. It will wear off but it takes a lot of time to do so. Initially we used a nylon but that seemed to want to swell in the case making removal very difficult. Ken
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Post  TDbandit Sat Mar 14, 2015 11:37 pm

@Ken Cook wrote:          The problem with using metal is that eventually the crank will rub on it. This is readily noticeable even with the stock backplate. The crank bushing even new has a good bit of play. The stock Fox stuffer has a very hard anodized coating on it. It will wear off but it takes a lot of time to do so. Initially we used a nylon but that seemed to want to swell in the case making removal very difficult. Ken
Have you though about using Glass filled nylon to make the back plates? (the bandit is curious)
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