Eastern MA UFO machining

Brett Dikeman brett at cloud9.net
Wed Aug 18 00:00:34 EDT 2004

My front UFO rotors have glazing, rust, etc beyond what I can "fix" 
with sandpaper, and of course I can't very well get to the inside to 
pound/sand off the glaze(I've removed almost all of it from the 
outside).  They're practically brand new, so they should have plenty 
of meat left on them.

Have any listers in my area(eastern MA) found a shop which can 
machine UFO rotors?  I do recall a special lathe is required to get 
the cutting tool into position for the inside surface and clear the 

If not, what's the closest shop?  Obviously on something this heavy 
cross-country is not preferable.

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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Ben Franklin

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