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Why don't you post a picture of the bar.. with a few measurements.. I'll look in my boxes from yester years.. Might bhave some parts.. if my memory is correct.. it was a round bar..with a slot machined in it????? All Good.. Mike
 

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Consider taking the parts to a Vocational school and see if they have the machinery and capability to do the work , usually it would be a project for a student and wouldn`t cost a thing but a donation .
 

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Looks like a Pacific/Hornady bar other than the hole diameters. I'd bet its even closer to the Pacific/Hornady bar than the Mec. Too bad you don't have access to one because i bet it would work. --Matt
 

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JD, your loader will use Texan bushings. I have one and I found a guy on the internet that had a ton of bushings and I bought at least a dozen. You may know this already, but thought I would mention it if you didn't. You might be able to find some bushings for the bar as it is. John
 

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Grntitan the reason it looks like a Pacific/Hornady is that the name of

the company was Dietemeyer before it was Pacific it was also called D&L
 

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IMR 7625---I see, you learn something new every day. I was not familiar with the Dietemeyer but i have a Pacific DL366. I new that Dietemeyer must be somewhat similar in design by just the look of the charge bar. Thanks for educating me today. Never too old to learn.----Matt
 
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