Several company's offer steps, both for Hudson's and K5's..You can find them on ebay as well.. PortLines comes to mind right off.Nice, I have never seen that before.
Where did the repo step come from?
I've tried just gluing the step to the broken area, but that doesn't work at all!Great work. That should be more permanent than factory.
Jar Jar Binks, is that you?Good i dear smart. Loks good.
That drill I used has a great chuck, it holds the small drills very precisely, but I wouldn't want to go any smaller, it would be a push.:thumbsup:I'm impressed you can drill accurately with that big drill! :dunno: I usually start with a pin vise with a #60 drill bit to accurately position my hole, then I move to the power tools.
The JB-Weld step is my standard, can't argue with that step!
Your pay scale and experience are way beyond mine, lol. I wish I had 1/3 of your expertise.:smilie_daumenpos:I use my Dumore jeweler's drill press for fine work, it'll hold a #80 bit nicely. Even there I like a "starter" hole before I hit it with power. Doing it with a hand drill? Not a chance for me!