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Trim cylinder anodes

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  • Trim cylinder anodes

    Just out of curiosity has anyone tried drilling and tapping older Alpha 1 gen II trim cylinders for mounting the anodes ?
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    Re: Trim cylinder anodes

    I had to drill & tap a couple of holes on my Bravo trim cylinders 'cuz the original ones were trashed. I think I got to do a little more of that this year . . .
    Best regards, Ted . . . . Cape Cod, MA

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      Re: Trim cylinder anodes

      You can try it. You sure you need it that bad?

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