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    Just a quick question this time...


    Will this kit be ok to re-pin a straight razor?

    Straight-Razor-Washers-Pins-Brass

    Or is this a bad option?

    Thanks

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    See Glen's post...you may save a buck or two.
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    Wow !!!

    http://www.texasknife.com/vcom/produ...oducts_id=1776 That is the rod at .65 cents per Foot

    here are the washers

    Flat Washers - Brass - Micro Fasteners

    That is $3.80/100
    and $4.40/100

    I realize shipping to AU is way high but there are several Restorers down under, and If a Restorer up here made a big order, and you guys split it you could save huge money... Just a thought

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    Thanks guys,

    I will have a look and see if i can order to Australia

    Below is the link to the blade I'm wanting to re-pin

    First Restoration Attempt T.T. Cadman & Sons Sheffield England

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    I've got some brass and stainless tubing I bought on eBay a long time ago, 1/8" OD and 1/16" bore. That would provide all kinds of washers, flat or domed, for a long time to come.

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    P.M. sent.
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