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Joe Elkins said in October 12th, 2009 at 10:08 am

Don,
If that is the only problem with the wheels,use a air rotary file with a carbide cutter to enlarge the hole. If you don’t have that tool, buy one, you will need it later on. Cheapies found at Harbor Freight. Carbide cutters come in avariety of shapes. They will cost more than the cheap tool.
Joe

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Don said in October 17th, 2009 at 8:11 pm

I do have an air rotary file that I hadn’t thought of – thanks for the tip Joe … I think that just might do the trick. I let you know when I get to work on that part of the project again. In the interim, I’m back on the brake system. I’m having a custom hose made up for the rear brake hookup to the hard lines but more on that later on when it’s finished.

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