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    Canada44

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    Post by Canada44 on Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:35 am

    Hello everyone. I have just joined !! I live in Canada, Province of New Brunswick. Retired last year as a superior court judge. Now, I am enjoying my retirement building amps. and rear loaded manifold horns for myself and the children

    I received from Bob Latino my beautiful pair of M-125's  [kits]. By the way, Bob does a great job of packing his kits.

    My first step is to paint the transformers. I have one question.  Could I replace the transformers 8x32 machine screws and nuts with some stainless steel ones.

    The question may sound trivial, but one thing I learned in kit building is to ask first and not be sorry later

    Thank you
    Bob Latino
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    Post by Bob Latino on Thu Mar 27, 2014 7:48 am

    Hi,

      Yes - You can replace the zinc coated screws (and nuts) on the transformers of the M-125's with stainless steel screws and nuts if you want ..

    Bob
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    Post by Canada44 on Thu Mar 27, 2014 8:04 am

    Thank you Bob !

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