Sunday, 13 March 2016
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Recently received a Combustion 5 but, alas, no truss rod wrench. I'm not a patient man but I did manage to find a cast-off 9/64" hex key. Rummaged thru my wife's art studio and...viola! [url=http://s76.photobucket.com/user/Zooberwerx/media/Dingwall/DWTrussWrench_zpsf6syvz8f.jpg.html:t6ysab15][img:t6ysab15]http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j14/Zooberwerx/Dingwall/DWTrussWrench_zpsf6syvz8f.jpg[/img:t6ysab15][/url:t6ysab15] The handle is actually a hardwood ink stamper which has seen better days. Drilled a pilot and hammered the short arm into position. Works like a charm. Riis
6 years ago
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Well done Riis! There's a transition recently to 5/32" (4 mm). You can tell the difference by the size of the access slot. The 4 mm is larger.
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":75q5n5g7]Well done Riis! There's a transition recently to 5/32" (4 mm). You can tell the difference by the size of the access slot. The 4 mm is larger.[/quote:75q5n5g7] Hey...I can do 4 mm with only minimal re-tooling. OTOH, Susan will beat me senseless if she finds me pilfering any more goods from her stock. Riis
6 years ago
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When was the transition? I think my Combustion is a 2015 model.
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The transition was during 2015. Spread out over a couple of runs so there isn't a clear cut serial number.
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