You may want to get the arm first and then get the back bracket that positions the arm at the correct distance .
Ron L From: Phono-L [mailto:phono-l-boun...@oldcrank.org] On Behalf Of Bob Maffit via Phono-L Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 10:44 PM To: 'Antique Phonograph List' Cc: Bob Maffit Subject: [Phono-L] Questions re. "transitioning a Columbia BF to a BFT" Listers: I am researching transitioning a Columbia BF to a BFT. Knowing very little, I suspect it is more than taking any old Columbia back-bract removing the disc tone arm, and finding the correct tone-arm /for a cylinder player. So, I would appreciate any guidance you folks may offer, including parts offers ect. \ Thanks in advance Bob Maffit <http://post.spmailtechn.com/f/a/wysI9VqfAGnKWi9k6mQ_MQ~~/AABF2wA~/RgRaOJSIP0EIAGwpTHU2sshXA3NwY1gEAAAAAFkGc2hhcmVkYQdoZWxsb181YA0zNS4xNjMuMTIxLjMzQgoAAQhhV1hnM5qNUhhhcmNoaXZlQG1haWwtYXJjaGl2ZS5jb20JUQQAAAAAREtodHRwOi8vcG9zdC5zcG1haWx0ZWNobi5jb20vcS9memNZZ3JvS1FNTlJHMjktQUFicXNnfn4vQUFCRjJ3QX4vUmdSYU9Jc2xQa0VHAnt9 IAGwpTHU1aFpXA3NwY1gEAAAAAFkGc2hhcmVkYQdoZWxsb181YA0zNS4xNjIuMTcyLjcwQgoAAaV XV1hnMzRVUhRsaGVyYXVsdEB2ZXJpem9uLm5ldAlRBAAAAABHAnt9>
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