I would NOT suggest using a cheap one like in the attached picture, just that the concept could be machined stronger. I suggested this because it sounds like the backing plate is also the "nut" into which the screws turn, and at 1/8" thick it stripped out on one hole and now cant get access to it inside to attach a normal nut on that one stripped out hole. IF I have this right, I thought of strong epoxy and an alternative fastener nut for that one location to draw it together until the epoxy cures.
I dunno, this is my 2 cents suggestion idea and its probably overpriced... On Mon, Sep 6, 2021 at 9:05 PM Flesner <fles...@frontier.com> wrote: > On 9/6/2021 7:50 PM, Kayak wrote: > > I cant visualize but couple thoughts... > > > > JB weld? machine some kind of mini stainless toggle nut to draw it tight > > with a bed of JB? > > > >
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