Redneck Tapered Implement Bolt

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Redneck Tapered Implement Bolt

Postby BIGHOSS » Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:17 pm

This method has been discussed on here before. Since I never have any new ideas, this is how I did it.

First take a 5/8" x 3" bolt and cut off the head.
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Jam two nuts on threaded end.
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Chuck bolt in drill press.
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Grind taper with angle grinder while running drill press.
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Finished Bevel on nut.
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Install beveled nut on a 5/8 " bolt.
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Use Locktite to keep nut tight against the head of bolt.
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