Chicago Dries and Krump Fingers

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reidry
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Chicago Dries and Krump Fingers

Postby reidry » Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:45 pm

As an altenative to an import brake I've been hunting a used American made brake. The Chicago D&K are of course very capable machines. Down here in Florida used ones seem to bring almost new prices.

I have a line on a used 48" one, but unfortunately someone has taken all the fingers. Does anyone have one and can send me dimentions for the fingers? Or perhaps someone knows a source where I could buy one or two to use as patterns?

Thanks in advance,

Ryan

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Re: Chicago Dries and Krump Fingers

Postby steamin10 » Fri Apr 26, 2013 4:43 pm

Just make a solid bar, and use it that way. If you can make that, sawing a few sections into fingers can be the answer for you.
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