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    Question parker Hale PH-5c ?

    Could anyone advise what size the detent /click balls are,
    in a PH-5c
    Thanks for any information anyone could pass along.

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    I've got a PH5E I'd pop apart to check if you think that'd help.

    In a pinch, get yourself a set of numbered drill bits and use the shank to get you in the ballpark. Stick the shank in the detent hole in the gallows arm like a pin gauge.

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    Thanks for the heads up, I dont why I didn't think of that.
    But please dont take anything apart. Ive got a box of them turned over to me and they have been completely dismantled into an awful mess of parts to the last bit.
    Ill post up for what I determine after I get them sorted for what goes where and how!

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