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Tip screws for model 8200 are worn out, What is the screw size?

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The tip screws are a drilled bolt for this unit. There isn't room to tap the barrel holes out further if the threads are bad. You used to be able to buy tips that were pre-loaded with the proper clamp bolts. Good luck!

Posted on Aug 11, 2010

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