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Old 04-21-2013, 8:37 PM
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Default RCBS Lube die mods

I just received my Lube die #1. I emailed Randall on how he did his, but was wondering if anyone else would share how they did theirs.

I have my 1050 arriving finally on Wednesday. But I am going to wait on doing .223 until I receive Dillons electric brass trimmer, approx. 4 weeks.

Randall suggest,

"10-32 micro tubing fittings and simply tap the die body 10-32 and then adapt from the small tubing to larger tubing that would hang from the casefeed support.
Then you need to re-work the aluminum insert to increase the lube flow dramatically.
Pre-heating the lube die and toolhead before you start also helps."

What would I need to do to re-work the aluminum insert? I have it disassembled, and I am not sure how to.

Any pictures would be golden.

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