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Old 05-16-2013, 05:55 PM   #11
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explain how it works.....................

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explain how it works.....................
lol.............Never used one in all my years, I said my son..............any eight year old should, but not today...........I still can't program the michrowave or the digital clock..............But my index finger works just fine, squeeze don't pull............
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ok folks...we know the drill. to get a postiive confirmed...we need to have it explained in depth or see a pic. anyone?

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heres a picture of a cherry max rivet,it looks threaded but its not.it is a mandrel rivet setting tool .they are called blind rivets or pop rivets this particular rivet is for a cherry max rivet gun.
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ok thanks. now heres mine. how does this install into the handle?

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ive personally never used that style rivet gun but if you google mandrel rivet setting tool it will give you directions use the patend # when you do for better results.

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Stabbing in the dark... Track shoe spikes?

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I think I know. We have used something similar at work. The piece of hardware it installs is like a rivet. It screws onto that threaded shank on the gun, and when you squeeze the handle, it collapses part of the hardware. When you unscrew the tool, you have a threaded "nut" crimped into the hole it was inserted in. They're used on aircraft, and other things, too. Honestly, I forget what they are called.

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Where I work we call them RVK inserts. They act like a river but put a threaded rivet into sheet metal. We use pneumatic type drill made for them. Forward on the drill crimps it into the hole and reverse backs out the threaded rod on the drill.

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Yeah, sounds like the same thing, but we had to crunch 'em by hand. Which can be very hard to do.

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