Trimmer Parts Revisited

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Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby GasGuzzler » 09 May 2018 20

http://www.lee-loader.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1773

I tried to reply here on my phone using the mobile app and it booted me because of the topic age. Lost my post. Not typing it all back in.

I finally bought the three jaw chuck but it won't work without the other piece I forget to get.

$6.49 and 90607 on the way.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby horseman » 10 May 2018 10

GasGuzzler wrote:http://www.lee-loader.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1773

I tried to reply here on my phone using the mobile app and it booted me because of the topic age. Lost my post. Not typing it all back in.

I finally bought the three jaw chuck but it won't work without the other piece I forget to get.

$6.49 and 90607 on the way.




You are not the only one to have done that.... :lol:
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby GasGuzzler » 11 May 2018 06

Thanks. I feel better now.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby Ranch Dog » 11 May 2018 09

Got to watch for the "Locked" icon.

I wish you would have known about the parts. Have both with little use that I will eventually get rid of. I have a large bin full of Lee stuff that I will be listing this summer. Things that I no longer use. I need to make room in my room. I have way too much stuff.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby GasGuzzler » 12 May 2018 06

Does the locked icon show up readily on the mobile app? I see it on the desktop version easily. Seems like the warning should be when you start typing a reply not after it erases what you wrote upon attempt to submit. :lol:

I probably blew past a stop sign.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby Ranch Dog » 12 May 2018 07

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GasGuzzler wrote:Does the locked icon show up readily on the mobile app? I see it on the desktop version easily. Seems like the warning should be when you start typing a reply not after it erases what you wrote upon attempt to submit. :lol:

I probably blew past a stop sign.


Right next to the reply button. I don't write the software and something, as you mention, would be impossible to recode.

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Topics "time out" a year after the last reply. That's reasonable.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby GasGuzzler » 13 May 2018 03

I agree totally.
Why is there a quick reply button then?
:oops: :lol:
I'm not griping just making fun of myself for the rookie mistake.
Should have everything soon. Still debating the primer pocket uniformer.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby GasGuzzler » 14 May 2018 19

The three jaw chuck and spinner stud are useless to me. They do not do what I want. Guess I was incorrect in ordering. I cannot use the drill to let the three jaw chuck make operation quicker than the shell holder that comes with the cutter and length stud. To me it should work the same only quicker and with more leverage since the diameter is larger on the three jaw. Instead, the spinner stud just loosens and tightens inside the three jaw instead of releasing and tightening on the case. It spits cases out and the three jaw never gets a hold of the case. The drill simply loosens and tightens the spinner stud within the three jaw. The two parts never work together, just against each other. Does Lee really think the o-ring on the spinner will keep it at the same depth within the the three jaw chuck that has no stop threads when the spinner is operating against drill motor torque?

So frustrated.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby Ranch Dog » 15 May 2018 07

Yep, my same experience. Thought it was something I was doing wrong. All this caused me to just mount the case length trimmer on the Lyman Press Center. Super move.
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Re: Trimmer Parts Revisited

Postby daboone » 15 May 2018 08

Aloha from Kealakekua!

Well the 3 jawed chuck has always worked very VERY well for me. But them I'm a genius craftsman :roll: :P ;) :lol: or just very lucky. :oops:

Here's how I mounted it: https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipPbV-jF7lMnP_wd3NEHPYItH7yG0vQUXnOLrKK8

It hold cases tight with just a simple 1/4 turn twist for me.
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