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    For Sale U drive and rivet for sale

    these u drive screws eliminate the need for removing the barrel . Just drill 1/4 deep hole for the front tronion and set in place with hammer. the drill rear trunion 3/8 deep and set screw with hammer .Keep the rivet look without the having to push out the barrel trouble. All prices are shipped
    $7.00 thiere are no trigger guard screws in this set . this set perserves the rivet look


    $9.00 screws or rivets for trigger guard


    $11.25 underfolder set



    $12.00 there is no need for riveter with this set



    anybody need rivets





    gas piston replacement rivets $0.75 with order

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    e-clips are $0.15 with order or $1.95 for 10 shipped
    center support are $2.00 with order or shipped $2.50
    drills bit are$2.00 or $1.50 with order
    all sets come with drill bits

    You need to have your item descriptions read in very vague non-gun terms.
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    here is a how to thread for using the udrive
    http://www.gunco.net/forums/showthread.php?t=25450
    Last edited by killerone; 08-04-2008 at 04:42 PM.

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    Do you have the rivets for the center supposrts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodsport2885
    Are your spacers meant to be used as a center support and do you have the rivets for those?
    yes they work with the udrive sorry about the confusion
    center support

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    Heck i will take a set of what ever i need for my next Romy. Where to send funds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptannjr
    Heck i will take a set of what ever i need for my next Romy. Where to send funds?
    paypal ID [email protected]
    or postal M.O.
    Miguel Aquino
    35891 SW 187 Ave
    Florida City, FL 33034

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    udrives are great, iv used them and they seem a winner for me

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    Are the E-clips SAE or metric. Thanks

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    sae all of my AK's have them I have yugo under folder with about 400 rounds threw it and it works just fine

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    If I may suggest, if those are 1/4 drive screws and you drill 1/4 down there is no room left to get a good smash on the drive screw I would go a little shallow.
    "It's all over but the cryin'!"Moonshiner


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    drill as as the length of the udrive thats what I did and they are solid. I try to pry apart , slam , pull ,basically everything to try to get it off with my hands ,becuase it would be better it came apart in my hands at home , than at the range with live rounds

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