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03-03-2003 16:13:23

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The 1949 WD I have has clam shells that according to the book were made in 1958 and later. The question is are they supposed to have a locking bolt on each side of the clam shell? There is a place for the bolt but there is only one on each clam shell. The book isn't clear on if it takes one or two from what I can figure out. Thanks. Mike D.

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03-03-2003 19:40:57

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 Re: WD, CLAM SHELL LOCKS ON LIFT ARMS in reply to MIKE DAVIS, 03-03-2003 16:13:23  

If they were only threaded for one they only take one. AC did make a heavy duty version hand for the D19 (I have a set) that is threaded on each side. It is the first set I've ever seen with 2 set screws. The lower fingers are also wider.

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Brian G. NY

03-03-2003 19:32:09

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 Re: WD, CLAM SHELL LOCKS ON LIFT ARMS in reply to MIKE DAVIS, 03-03-2003 16:13:23  
All the ones I've seen have only one bolt/locknut. I assume that because the latches are interchangable from right to left and vice versa that they are threaded on both sides so that the bolt/locknut could be inserted on the inside of the latch whichever side it was installed on.

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