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Old 08-17-2002, 07:50 PM   #1
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hey guys i got a used brush factory from trinity, its the first version, i was wondering if you guys could direct to a place were i could get the replacement slotting and serrating bits, or something else that would work. thanks any help would be appreciated. btw i checked trinty's site, not much help
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The slotter is just a dremel cutoff disk
For a serration bit Pro-Match has the best one

www.promatchracing.com
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You can get the promatch Serrator bit from www.kthobbies.com
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actually those are the same 2 things i had in mind just wasnt sure if they would work, i was going to go to walmart today to buy a pack off cut off disks and see if the would work.
so the serrator from pro match will work? i thought about that one but the one in the brush factory has a long shaft on it. does the pro match one have one? thanks for the info guys
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but if you have to put new serrations on your brushes isin't time to get new ones? or could you explain why I would need to do this. I know you can also use them to cut solt and stuff lie that but never understood the serrations part.

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Just because the serrations are gone doesn't mean the brush is useless. If the brush hasn't been overheated (its discolored if it has been overheated) you can put some new serrations on it and its good as new.

People replace brushes far more often than they really need to be replaced. I haven't noticed any performance drop on the dyno from reserrated brushes over brand new ones.
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TeamAE: Take a look at Big Jim's motor black book. All that and more is there. Basically you get better power with the serations. Like the hole in the brushes only better.
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