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Field Dog
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20190715 110232

There used to be a plastic pad on the end of this bipod clamp screw. Apparently it sheared off. Is a replacement part available? Any homemade fixes?

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summerprophet@hotmail.com
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20190715 110232

There used to be a plastic pad on the end of this bipod clamp screw. Apparently it sheared off. Is a replacement part available? Any homemade fixes?

Seco Pt#5211-003 (Screw,Friction)

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Norm Larson
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I placed a 3D model of that part in the model thread last January

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A Harris
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The 1 inch round stick on furnature led pads work very well and are available in most rvery hardware department.

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Nate The Surveyor
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Cut a 2" long piece of thinwall pvc. Make slit in side. Pop it over the prism pole. Now, it dispersed the stress, and protects the pole. If need be, shave it a little.

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Phil Garcia
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Have you tried a nylon bolt? Getting the old pad out can be a pain, but a standard size bolt will fit. Another issue is the bolt head is thicker then the old pad. so it is a tight fit to get the rod in the clamp.

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Jon Collins
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Yes. there is a seco part number for those. Twice I've figured it out and bought about a dozen of them to make it worth it and have spares. 

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