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    chevy ball joint reamer

    Im looking to ream out chevy spindles circa 1955 to 1960 ball joints,any thoughts? cheers fred

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    You need an adjustable reamer which expands in the range of the diameter of the pin. buy a used good one rather than a cheap chinese new one.

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    Send it to Trevd on here. Nice guy, reasonable rates. Then use mk1 transit ball joints

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAST FREDDIE View Post
    Im looking to ream out chevy spindles circa 1955 to 1960 ball joints,any thoughts? cheers fred
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    at least dick turpin had the decency to wear a mask!

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