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  1. Two Blocked
    07-15-2019 04:32 AM - permalink
    Two Blocked
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  2. Chris Scott
    12-13-2017 02:58 PM - permalink
    Chris Scott
    Are the ultra thin copper washers (takes 3-4 copper = 1 fiber washer) really crush type?

    When Accucraft switched from fiber to copper a good number of calls for replacement bolts having over tightening breaking off the bolt head.

    Whether fiber, (rubber(?)) or real crush type or any with sealant they're meant to compensate for minor surface variances for a complete tight seal. The copper washers I've handled are too thin to be crushable; why a sealant would be required lest it be overtightened. I've a personal aversion to gum-up a joint with sealant and an oil soaked fiber washer works. Maybe if I could get a sealant in a different color than white?

    I've not bought a loco that has copper washers so no hands on experience on impressions. That may be about to change as I have an Accucraft Bagnal coming. About, meaning if Accucraft UK uses copper or still fiber.

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  • About Chris Scott
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    I'm one of the few remaining California natives.
    Location
    Sonoma, CA
    Interests
    Live Steam, Garratt Locos
    Occupation
    Retired

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