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I like this because it also solves the thread cleaning problem! often when you cut a bolt off, the end threads get messed up. best way to fix this i've found is to thread a nut on to the bolt before cutting, then cut, then take the nut off. backing the nut back off cleans up the threads a bit. since you hold yours on to your jig with nuts, it's a very elegant solution.for bolts that need to have a high degree of accuracy, or have fine threads, i recommend doing the above, but with a die instead of a nut. the die will straighten the threads like a nut would, and cut the ones it can't. keeps you from possibly losing a bolt and nut if the threads get messed up worse than a nut can straighten.
Do you think this would work with PU roller blade wheels instead of rolling pins?
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