Aug 02, 2012, 05:47 AM
Homemade no bolts stabilizer for 1976-77 Garrett fortune hunter
I got tired of my coil getting moved every time I set my detector down. My detector is too old and any movement of the coil causes it to start going off and I am constantly retuning the metal/null knob to compensate. So I decided I needed a stabilizer. Then I realized I did not have any scrap plexiglass around or plastic bolts to affix it. So I devised a better stabilizer that takes no bolts. I was going to use my girlfriends oil painting pallet as it was the only thick plastic I could find, but then I found a plastic fish tank divider that was 2.5"x3.5" I snapped it in half and superglued it together. I still have to clean it up with the dremel but I think this is going to work just swell.
---STILL IN PROGRESS---
Here it is finished
And here it is attatched- It just fits the end of the shaft perfect enough and sits flat to the coil at the correct angle for me.
Last edited by TheElementOfSand; Aug 02, 2012 at 06:20 PM.
2 Indian Head Cents (1885)(1907)
1 Silver Roosevelt Dime
1 Silver Ring
1 Half Dollar
9 Finnish Marks, 1 Canadian Cent
2 Rosary Crosses
1 Bugs Bunny Charm
1 Junk ring
1 Master Lock
3 Junk Earrings
Cents-75$--- 30-Wheats 1-Panama Cent 24-Canadian Cents 13.9Lbs-Copper
Aug 02, 2012 05:47 AM