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Old 16-01-18, 21:37
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Jogglers

More odd questions - is it possible to get deeper joggler heads than 18-20 gauge which seems to be the norm and if so, from where?

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Old 17-01-18, 10:39
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Got excited there for a moment...
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Old 17-01-18, 10:58
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Got excited there for a moment...
I thought it was an advert for a 'Gentlemen's Club'
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Old 17-01-18, 11:03
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If you know a man with a milling machine he may be persuaded to make you a set of jaws.

As it is really cold out you could mark a pair of steel blocks out and pretend you are an apprentice and file them. You wont notice the cold after a few minutes.

Your issue may be finding a contraption that will generate enough force to joggle the thicker material.
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Old 17-01-18, 15:02
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Not practical if you have a lot to do but faced with the need to joggle and no joggler this is what worked for me. A spacer, 2 bits of sturdy box, a picnic table and lots of G clamps....
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Old 17-01-18, 15:07
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Old 17-01-18, 16:09
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An Edwards Swager is probably your best bet, then its simple to turn new wheels to suit the depth of Joggle you require
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Old 17-01-18, 23:43
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An excellent solution to the problem but PINK G clamps!
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