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    Alas the sink I use for sharpening is over sized I guess (about a 23.5" opening so this can't work for me, wish it would though cause it looks awesomely cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Dave, is the hardware stainless as well? Seeing as this thing is built to last a while, are the rubber feet going to be easily replaceable when they wear out? Do you tighten the cap screws and then use the wing nuts to lock it up?

    All of the hardware is stainless.

    I can't answer on the rubber feet since this is still being worked out. Here's what I was told so far..."will make a slot or to screw in, so it is secure."

    No need to tighten the cap screws, the wing nuts provide more than ample torque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gic View Post
    Alas the sink I use for sharpening is over sized I guess (about a 23.5" opening so this can't work for me, wish it would though cause it looks awesomely cool

    This may be a problem for some. I appreciate the information and hope that others share as well if this is a problem for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    This may be a problem for some. I appreciate the information and hope that others share as well if this is a problem for them.
    maybe they can offer different length cross bars as an option, sorta like small, medium and large.
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    or telescoping arms
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    16-3/4" just barely makes it for me; sinks are 16, 16-1/2 and 16-5/8. So I'll typically need it to be fully extended; hopefully it is still rock-solid at full extension. Although I have to imagine it will be better then the Naniwa one that I use now.
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    Perhaps they can offer a longer steel rod option for garage based sinks???

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    I'm in if there's an option for longer bars to fit larger sinks.
    Also, it would be nice if all of the areas that made contact with the sink had some rubber feet or buffer. This would prevent the bridge from scratching the sink, or , in cases like mine where sharpening is being done in an old cement laundry sink, prevent the sink from scratching the bridge.
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