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    Anyone Recognize These

     



    I found these in a small drawstring bag, obviously put away for safe keeping, but I don't know what they were/are for! 1/2"x 1.5", one w/ a 0.23 hole and one w/ a 0.19 hole. The Allen is 7/64". Pretty sure they were for something on the roadster just because of the bag they were in. LOKAR?

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    Last edited by rspears; 05-14-2021 at 08:51 AM.
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    Could they be the nozzle for a sand blaster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driver50x View Post
    Could they be the nozzle for a sand blaster?
    DING DING DING! Winner, winner Chicken Dinner! That's exactly what they are! I bought the manual feed sand blaster on Amazon, then decided to just use the orbital sander & some 80 grit pads to do my frame so they never got used. But I put them in the bag, keeping the loose parts together, but didn't hook the bag to the gun! DUH!

    Thanks Steve!
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