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Thread: Lug widening

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    Lug widening

    I have a Casio GW-M5610 currently sitting on a pair on NATO strap adaptors which are 22mm, and was wondering if anyone on here had converted the lug width from a 16mm to a 20mm so that a smaller NATO could be fitted.

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    Id like my lugs pinned back, please. Ive been known as wing nut ever since I was a kid.

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    Buy some 20mm adapters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bry1975 View Post
    Buy some 20mm adapters.
    I want to remove the adaptors all together.

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    If cases are cheap have the lugs milled to 20mm if possible.

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    I asked about the same thing a while back - cant recall whether it was on here or another forum.

    Anyway, a number of people cautioned about going down this route due to the danger of weakened lugs.

    I didn't like the adapters either.
    ''I must acknowledge, once and for all, that the
    purpose of diplomacy is to prolong a crisis"

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    3D print a resin or black grey PA12 case.

    3D metal printed casio case>>>


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    Quote Originally Posted by seabiscuit View Post
    Id like my lugs pinned back, please. Ive been known as wing nut ever since I was a kid.
    Never noticed

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