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SnowFlakeUsername2 t1_iub89gl wrote

Perhaps they would be easier to square and sturdier if the bolt was filed flat were the standoffs meet with it? Like before drilling the holes.


TheRealBeakerboy OP t1_iuf26ml wrote

I basically did that on the threaded end. I used a dremel to grind down the threads so the centering bit has more area to grab.


SnowFlakeUsername2 t1_iuf4umd wrote

For sure. I was more so thinking that the standoffs are flat where it contacts the bolt when screwed in. If both surfaces are flat where they meet than it resists twisting better than a flat surface meeting a rounded one. Maybe it doesn't really matter for a door pull.