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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post
 

SO, Glenn,

 

for new feet, would I need M6 threaded ones? Or a different size?

 

thanks!

The feet are held on by American #6 screws

You will have to drill the holes out bigger to  use M6 screws

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Thank you Glenn. I just found that a #6 screw equals a 3.5mm screw over here.

Finding spikes that size seems a lot harder though :/


Edited by Ultrainferno - 10/7/13 at 12:59pm
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Hmm, that can't be ideal for securing the spikes.  Unless you have some aerospace grade adhesive for a nice bond :P

 

:wink_face: Ah, but my objective was not permanence. I only used three fine mico-drops to prevent sliding of the spikes and smearing of resonance. They come off easily with a twist of the fore finger and thumb... by design. :wink:

 

This allows the continued adventure with different feets and surfaces.

 

 

Here in this pix, the OTL is just sitting atop 18 pounds of Brass (6lbs footers x 3), no screws or adhesive:

 

698367 


Edited by Silent One - 10/7/13 at 12:35pm
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So, how did it go? (previously asked in the wrong thread...:rolleyes:)

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Answered in the wrong thread ;)

I didn't go. I felt ill so I stayed at home and took some Vitamin G and felt much better. ;)

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Answered in the wrong thread ;)

I didn't go. I felt ill so I stayed at home and took some Vitamin G and felt much better. ;)

 

OH NO :eek:

 

Hope you feel better! I'm driving to The City tomorrow and was just fixin' to ask you:rolleyes: if I could drop in for a hot 60 minutes Tuesday evening. I'll take your "Yay or Nay" off-the-air (PM).

 

Take great care! 

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Thank you Glenn. I just found that a #6 screw equals a 3.5mm screw over here.

Finding spikes that size seems a lot harder though :/

Remove the tubes and turn over and remove the screws and take off the bottom cover.

Do not touch anything in case some capacitors are still charged.

You can turn it back over and try it with no bottom plate .

Now you can take the feet off the bottom and see what it will take to put on different feet.

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Man, sure is nice to have electricity again.

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Man, sure is nice to have electricity again.

 

Was your region blasted weather wise? Glad you got juice, too!

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Was your region blasted weather wise? Glad you got juice, too!

Yup.  Whole town is destroyed.  The roof collapsed at my workplace and a lot of other buildings fell in too, I had to wear a hardhat all day today while clearing debris and salvaging computer equipment.  Every tree in the city is split in half.  It's a disaster.

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Holy Cow Tyrell!! That's terrible. I hope you can get things together soon.

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If it had happened later in the year it would have been no big deal, we'd just be complaining about getting 3 feet of snow.  But this early it is so wet, dense and heavy it is just pure destruction.  You'd swear we were hit by a tornado, the damage is about the same.  Parts of the town still doesn't have power and it's been 4 days now since the storm came through.  It was a record breaking storm for sure.  I haven't seen anything like this in 20 years at least.

 

 

Here is the view at the entrance to my apartment building.  Note the vehicle on the left is a full size pickup truck and the snow is almost up to the top of the hood.  It took a while to even find my car as it was completely buried to the roof.

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Wow! We had 58" of snow in April the early May this year. Heavy and wet too, but not all at once. It took 5 weeks.

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Holy monkies! I haven't seen that much snow since I was sent to Marquette, MI on a service call in February. Are the temperatures staying cold or are you seeing some melting?

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