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converting E7TE to stud mount roller rockers

I want to use stud mount RR's on the E7's ive got, is it just a matter of getting the bosses machined down the thickness of the guide plates and the 5/16 bolt holes drilled and tapped for the stud's .


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Re: converting E7TE to stud mount roller rockers

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I want to use stud mount RR's on the E7's ive got, is it just a matter of getting the bosses machined down the thickness of the guide plates and the 5/16 bolt holes drilled and tapped for the stud's .
Yes that is correct but it would be cheaper to buy some bolt on ones

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Re: converting E7TE to stud mount roller rockers

Yes i know that Yella Terra sells them, but i already have a set of stud mount roller rockers in the shed .
thanks for clearing that up for me


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