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    Quote Originally Posted by melons View Post
    Does this help....

    Walker Desmond wine press

    https://www.ebay.ie/itm/VINTAGE-WALK...item1cd0df3d86
    That, Melons....is the very beast, minus plate!
    Screwd....the plate shows a small boss and what looks like a loop of cord to drag it back up.

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    LOL. So, a bit of string to fetch it out!

    I think we can do better than that. Would be very handy to have the screw here but I think that's over egging it. If I knew for sure you had a m16 2.0 thread, it would be super easy...

    Maybe a Google will reveal it, now we know what it is.

    <edit> you know what, I'll just make a simple plate first so you've got something to play with. We can always make improvements later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    LOL. So, a bit of string to fetch it out!

    I think we can do better than that. Would be very handy to have the screw here but I think that's over egging it. If I knew for sure you had a m16 2.0 thread, it would be super easy...

    Maybe a Google will reveal it, now we know what it is.

    <edit> you know what, I'll just make a simple plate first so you've got something to play with. We can always make improvements later.
    A simple plate....that would be fin as I am a simple soul....

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidat19 View Post
    A simple plate....that would be fin as I am a simple soul....
    Doh! Yeah sorry, forgot. Super busy at the moment which is unusual. I'll go have a look tonight...

    Something like this:



    Centre hole will be clearance fit for say, 16mm.
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    That looks in terms of the op, the absolute dogs bollox! No mad rush by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    Doh! Yeah sorry, forgot. Super busy at the moment which is unusual. I'll go have a look tonight...

    Something like this:



    Centre hole will be clearance fit for say, 16mm.
    Wouldn't a 'centre hole' defeat the purpose of the plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by melons View Post
    Wouldn't a 'centre hole' defeat the purpose of the plate
    Its a ring on top of the plate, not a hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melons View Post
    Wouldn't a 'centre hole' defeat the purpose of the plate
    It would, I should have said bore.

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