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    Another supplier for this?

    Stu recommended this handle to replace the one on the banjo of my Nova DVR XP:

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    found at: http://www.mcmaster.com/#6848k45/=1qle8s

    McMaster-Carr won't send it to a Canadian address due to problems with export regulations. Can anyone tell me where another supplier might be found? I've ordered dozens of items from U.S. suppliers and never heard of this before.
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    Off the top of my head, I believe Grizzly has a selection in their catalog.
    I'll look later. And, if you need help getting it to you, I would be happy to remail.

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    I'm not sure of the threads matching, but that looks like the same handle as on my Jet's .. if you have a Jet dealer in your area, they might have one.
    And like Frank, I'll be glad to do a re-mailing for you.
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    Frank & Chuck,

    Thank you both, that's a very generous offer.
    If I can't find one I'll take one of you up on the offer.
    Thanks again,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord Rock View Post
    Frank & Chuck,

    Thank you both, that's a very generous offer.
    If I can't find one I'll take one of you up on the offer.
    Thanks again,
    .....Gord
    Check out this Grizzly link:
    http://www.grizzly.com/products/sear...tart=25&num=25
    They sure arent' very expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Check out this Grizzly link:
    http://www.grizzly.com/products/sear...tart=25&num=25
    They sure arent' very expensive.
    Thanks, Frank.
    I'll check them out.
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    Gord, I hope you find what you need...but if I remember correctly, keep in mind Grizzly won't ship to Canada either.

    I'm pretty sure Enco will ship to you. Start here:

    http://www.use-enco.com/CGI/INSRAR?PMSECT=0000000340
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Gord, I hope you find what you need...but if I remember correctly, keep in mind Grizzly won't ship to Canada either.

    I'm pretty sure Enco will ship to you. Start here:

    http://www.use-enco.com/CGI/INSRAR?PMSECT=0000000340
    Thanks, Jeff, I'll give this one a try, as well.

    LATER:

    I tried them and they don't seem to have any with metric threads.

    Thanks anyway, Jeff. There must be someone out there with one of these right here in my local area; the trick is to find them.
    Last edited by Gord Rock; 05-05-2009 at 05:25 PM. Reason: Update
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    I got mine here:
    http://www.reidsupply.com/Results.as...022718&BI=&ST=
    You got plenty of choices.
    If you back up a page, they also have different materials.
    Last edited by Gordon Seto; 05-05-2009 at 09:03 PM.
    Gordon

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    The following was what I saved from message board in 2004 regarding the handles upgrade for DVR.
    "I recently got a set for my DVR. The parts come from Reid Tool. wwwreidtool.com
    The first item is #KHX-345 95MM ZINC ADJUSTABLE HANDLE M12 X 25 STUD. This will cost <$9 and takes the place of the sliding tee handle tool post lock. Simply unscrew the original handle and screw in the new one.
    The second item is #ESP-85 SOFT TOUCH HANDLE 3.35" LONG. You need two of them and they cost $3.31 each in the new catalog. These need to be drilled out with a 13/32" regular drill bit or the next fractional size larger. Drill the full depth but not through.
    Unscrew the banjo lock handle and using an adjustable clamp carefully push the rubber handle on until it bottoms. Do the same thing with tail stock handle. Oh yes, screw them back in please.
    Makes a really neat upgrade for about $20 which includes shipping. "

    I basically followed that advice. The price and parts number may have been changed. Please follow my previous post for domain name change.
    Gordon

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