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Old 05-12-2012
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Hi Dennis,

Here is some info that might help you with your trailer lid:

http://www.mcmaster.com/#about-gas-struts/=hic3qz

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nice resource.

has anyone ever seen a place to purchase any "mini" gas struts? i'd like to put one on my fridge lid, but the smallest listed there are still the standard 3/4" cylinder diameter - i'd like something much smaller.

edit - NM! i just found they have mini ones there! http://www.mcmaster.com/#gas-springs/=hiq0pm
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Thanks Mike that helps a lot.
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The thread title tricked me. I thought you found a new watering hole with an odd name...
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