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Parts List

NOTE: All the parts listed below were found at the local hardware superstore, Lowe's in my case, except for the split tubing (which can be bought at an auto parts store) and the rivets (which I got from Tandy Leather), which are purely decorative on this prop and therefore easy to replace with substitutes. See my note on rivets, though.



--1  1-1/2 x 12" Slip joint extension tube nickel plated to give it a chrome appearance *Click here for picture*
--1  1-1/2 x 6" Slip joint extension tube (as above) *Click here for picture*
--1  1-1/4 x 12" Slip joint extension tube (as above) *Click here for picture*
--1  1-1/4 x 6" Slip joint extension tube (as above) *Click here for picture*
--Section of black rubber/vinyl ribbed flooring (about a foot is plenty) *Click here for picture*
--A length of black plastic ribbed split tubing (a foot should be plenty) *Click here for picture*
--3  Finishing washers with a outer diameter of about 7/16" *Click here for picture*
--2  1-1/4" Rubber slip joint washers *Click here for picture*
--4  1-1/4" Plastic slip joint washers *Click here for picture*
--2  Large O-rings (should be thick and fit snugly over the 1-1/4 tube) *Click here for picture*
--1  Black 1-1/4 rubber washer *Click here for picture*
--1  1/4 x 1-1/2 Carriage bolt w/nut *Click here for picture*
--2  #10 Knurled nuts *Click here for picture*
--1  Very small bolt w/nut *Click here for picture*
--1  Small wood screw *Click here for picture*
--Wooden dowel, 1-1/4" diameter *Click here for picture*
--7  Small headed leather rivets *Click here for picture*
--A set of DANCO mobile home replacement faucet handles #88170 *Click here for picture*
--Black paint (for pommel)
--Red paint (for activator button)
--Primer (for pommel and button)
--Clear coating paint sealer (for pommel and button)
--2-Part high strength epoxy designed for metal uses
--Black tape

Tools
For this project you'll need a rotary tool such as a Dremel, along with a variety cutting and grinding attachments. You'll need to drill through wood and thin metal. I used my rotary tood for most of  the drilling. The rest of the tools are basic hand tools, and if you don't have a pair of safety glasses, then please get some.


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