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  • Lets keep the fight alive with reaming!!

    So got home early and thought I would ream one of the spindles. Started the pilot through the first side making sure it was center and as level as one can with spindle in vice and me at eye level. Well I get through the first side and slide down to the other and it doesn't align. With the reamer out looking straight down it looks like a perfect shot? Any ideas?
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