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I have requests for showing how I thread the bolt and nuts in the TP Dispenser Post.

It is the same way that you thread metal rods,and tap metal plate for bolts.
I use Slipit for a lubrication so as to not tear out the threads. Here I show an oak dowel and maple nuts.

I use Slipit on drawers rails, drawer slides, and any wood that needs to slide.

https://www.slipit.com/all-products/...ding-compound/

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Beall threading tools?
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Beall threading tools?
Chuck, I bought the one I have from Lee Valley,which can be bought on Amazon or Grizzly:
https://www.amazon.com/Wood-Threadin...eading%20Tools

Lee Valley sells the new Beal system that uses a router:

The Beall Tool Company

Also the one like mine can be bought at Garret Wade:

https://www.garrettwade.com/wood-thr...ie-set-gp.html

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You're a machinist now too, Herb!!
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You're a machinist now too, Herb!!
LOL, John, I have done a lot of that in metal.

Forgot to mention that the hole in the nuts has to be 1/16 smaller than the dowel, for some reason.

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That would probably be to make up for the thread depth.

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