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I tend to carefully drill out and clean out at the same size as the led's I have ( I missed the point before the number when I first read and thought cripes, they are big) use a tiny amount of SG to secure them, run a bus rail round and Bob's your Uncle so they say.

The link is a general PB one, thought you might like to know.

Charley Farley Farnsworth Tabernacle Trelawney
 

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QUOTE (Charley Farley Trelawney @ 25 Feb 2008, 18:35) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I tend to carefully drill out and clean out at the same size as the led's I have ( I missed the point before the number when I first read and thought cripes, they are big) use a tiny amount of SG to secure them, run a bus rail round and Bob's your Uncle so they say.

The link is a general PB one, thought you might like to know.

Charley Farley Farnsworth Tabernacle Trelawney

Thanks for the info. Have tried again with the link -
http://i166.photobucket.com/albums/u113/sm...007/athearn.jpg

Anywhere suggested places to purchase the micro drill bits !
 

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Your welcome just use one drill bit at a time and replace in the box as they are so similar a mix up could result in using them ...lol
 

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QUOTE (upnick @ 26 Feb 2008, 23:53) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Smokeyone

Your welcome just use one drill bit at a time and replace in the box as they are so similar a mix up could result in using them ...lol

Thanks for the tip, I have the same trouble in my garden shed with a tray of standard drill bits I must sort out sometime.
 
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