Tuner Dial Cord Stringing

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Dial Cord Answers

merrylander - 04-01-2005, 04:39 PM

If there is a Michael’s craft store in your area pick up some #6 bead stringing cord it makes a perfect dial cord replacement.


oldhifiguy - 04-02-2005, 11:59 AM

when I get the stringing diagram and get it all together I’ll let ywall know the results. It’s not just ‘hobbyshop’ string. It’s used for stringing beads and is VERY strong and I’m sure will work great. I may beezwax it first to be sure it’s ‘stiky’ around the tunning shaft and pullys just so’s it won’t slip..

oldhifiguy - 04-07-2005, 10:40 AM

the 1st bead string didn’t work out too well so got some more, waxed and abit thicker from a craft store, after hitting an old electronics parts store that no longer gets dial cord, the GC brand. The waxed stuff was easier to work with and I got it all strung and it works fine.