Just wondering about the Stanley threads
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on what tpi they were??

I know awhile back guys were looking to re-tap threads inside the beds and die the threads on the nuts and would like the tap and die to do this.
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  Re: Just wondering about the Stanley threads by Arlin Eastman (on what tpi they wer...)
(02-11-2019, 04:45 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: on what tpi they were??

I know awhile back guys were looking to re-tap threads inside the beds and die the threads on the nuts and would like the tap and die to do this.

Everything you wanted to know about Stanley threading..... attached Part 1


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  Re: RE: Just wondering about the Stanley threads by Admiral ([quote='Arlin Eastma...)
(02-11-2019, 04:58 PM)Admiral Wrote: Everything you wanted to know about Stanley threading..... attached Part 1

Now Part 2....


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  Re: Just wondering about the Stanley threads by Arlin Eastman (on what tpi they wer...)
Thanks, Admiral!  Those two were worth printing out for later review.
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Thanks Admiral. Great resources. Downloaded and saved.
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  Re: Just wondering about the Stanley threads by Arlin Eastman (on what tpi they wer...)
Thank you Rich

So I got some of this info

"However, each plane also has two simple studs; one securing the front knob and the other fixing the handle. As parts go these studs have nil intellectual property value, are very simple to manufacture and feature wide tolerances."

On the first one it mentioned the studs are either 12-20 or 1/4/20 and wondering which is which for the years?

So which one is for the steel bodies?
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Thanks for the links to those articles, Admiral.  That was very interesting reading.
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  Re: RE: Just wondering about the Stanley threads by Bill Wilson (Thanks for the links...)
(02-12-2019, 05:10 PM)Bill Wilson Wrote: Thanks for the links to those articles, Admiral.  That was very interesting reading.

The same guy wrote an article on historical steel types.....


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Rich

So which one is used for the steel bodies 12-20 or 1/4-20???  Or is it both of them???
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The 12-20 would be the OEM on the Stanley....1/4-20 usually means  someone had to repair the parts....or, it may mean you have bolts from Millers Falls...
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