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Old 01-25-2008, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default I need a 3/4" SS washer

Not sure if I should post this here; so apologies to the mods if I'm being remiss. But as stated above I am in search of a 3/4" SS washer. I only need one for the inside of my MLT. I've checked all the local stores and can't justify buying a case of them + 10$ shipping online. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 01-25-2008, 05:16 PM   #2
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Where are you located? I'm not familiar with the nomencature of MQT da U.P.

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mcmaster.com should have what you need

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Where are you located? I'm not familiar with the nomencature of MQT da U.P.
I think hes a yooper
Marquette, MI
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Read the topic about how to make a MLT from a Rubbermaid container. Someone in that topic scored a bunch of those washers and was offering to send people one if they needed it. If you can find that poster, maybe it would help.

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My local lowes has them in packs of 2.

I may still have one laying around...if you can't find one local let me know.

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Thanks for the replies guys. Superiorbrew is correct, I live in Marquette, MI. The washers referred to in the MLT conversion thread are 5/8" and I need 3/4 (I used a 1/2" pipe nipple and ball valve). Marquette is still without Lowe's and Home Depot, though I believe there is a Lowe's coming soon. For the time being we only have a Menards. Their catchy little jingle "save more money at Menards" is, I believe, a reference to their depauperate inventory. By never having what you need, you certainly save al ot of money by shopping there.

CatchinZs: If you have an extra that you'd be willing to mail to me I would be very grateful. Let me know if there is something I might do in return.

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Do you have a paypal account? Throw $2 over the wall to cover the cost and shipping and it'll be on its way. I'm actually hitting Lowes later on tonight. PM me if you want to do it.

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Your local boat / marine supply store will have stainless hardware. I shop there all the time.

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Bobby: Da U.P. is here, doncha know? http://www.dayoopers.com/whatwher.html

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