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Thread: Lyman Spar-T Info Requested

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    GunLoad Trainee palabman's Avatar
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    Default Lyman Spar-T Info Requested

    Hey all

    I just picked up a used Lyman Spar-T press. It is in good condition and seems to function okay except for the fact that the handle will not stay in the upright position (Ram all the way down) when at rest. The cam where the handle attaches has a small hole drilled in it on the side but it is empty. I'm not sure if there should be a ball bearing to add friction. Any ideas would be appreciated.


    Rick Steele

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