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It Would Be Fun To Try Rubber Gaugin' - Gn15
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 Posted: Sat Oct 24th, 2020 01:16 am
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Hi Brian  :wave:


What is the 'protective grid material' made from ? ...  ???





... that you've used ^^ over the drivers seat roof ?  ???


:java::moose:


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Sorry, Si.

I don't recall where I originally got the screening.

It happened to be in my scrap box and seemed to be right for the speeder.

A senior moment, I guess!




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I collect hydraulic oil filters at our shop.

Many have fine screening, unfortunately most are folded fin type,

so I have either to flatten the screening, or use them for narrow (5 - 10 mm) strips.




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Si.

Take a look at Precision Scale, I stocked up a few years ago,
with two packs each of the following brass screen.

# 48117 60 mesh
# 48118 80 mesh
# 48119 100 mesh




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McMaster-Carr has screen with openings as small as 0.0012"

I get most of my hardware items from them, amazing selection!

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