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    PV shaft plugs

    What can I use to plug the holes for the pv shaft?


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    Lowell has some real nice ones. You just set them in with a little JB Weld. When needed you can tap them out and clean up no problem.

    I may have some .

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    I need 6.

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    I did look but I dont have them anymore. From memory they were less than $40 or so.

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    Thanks, I sent an email to Lowell.

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