Yes, you are right! I might try to get some copper pipe curved into shape, I have a 366 tray that would then fit on top. I think that there may be a third variant....I,m still researching the web.I wonder if a primer tube from a 366 would fit??? But, maybe not as it looks like the primer tube for those thinks has a curve to the left that put it out of the way of some control on the die head.
Now I'm seeing there are 2 different models. One has primer feed and the other doesn't. I wonder which one you have.
We're you able to get the picture?Hi, I have just acquired a Texan progressive loader, 12g, which has no model number on it. I,ll try to upload a picture on here over the weekend.....Does anyone have a copy of the owners / parts manual for these old machines? It would be good to put it back into service..........
The tube is easy to find, but bending such a small bore is not easy.Of course I cannot see the detail, but any handyman worth his salt can bend tubing like that pretty easy. The auto parts store will fix you up with a tubing bender that can make a nice job with tuning that size. I'll bet that a refrigeration man could help also. With the internet, finding a length of tubing should not be a problem no matter where you live.