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Fred J
09-27-2013, 04:59 PM
Ever wonder why two different guns with everything appearing equal, don't shot the same at the same tuner setting? I measures 3 different Harrell Style Tuners, set at the same number, and all three were a different overall length.

center22
09-27-2013, 05:25 PM
Ever wonder why two different guns with everything appearing equal, don't shot the same at the same tuner setting? I measures 3 different Harrell Style Tuners, set at the same number, and all three were a different overall length.

There are other issues ... some are counter bored to various depths, and others have exterior markings that do not line up right. John

Fred J
09-27-2013, 08:06 PM
Chances are, they are all made by different manufacturers.

Pete Wass
09-27-2013, 09:04 PM
that does not line up. I wondered if it may have been made in China. If it had been made on a CNC machine that makes all of them then one would expect everything to be the SAME, eh? I often wonder if one went to Germany and into a retail store, would most of the items there have been made in China?

Pete

Fred J
09-27-2013, 10:40 PM
Pete:
I have never found a Harrell Style Tuner where the lines and number were perfect. I doubt there is a big enough market for them to have them mass produced in China

Pete Wass
09-28-2013, 10:14 AM
Pete:
I have never found a Harrell Style Tuner where the lines and number were perfect. I doubt there is a big enough market for them to have them mass produced in China

I was trying to make a funny here Fred, I didn't actually wonder if they were made in China. I have owned perhaps half a dozen Harrles tuners over the years and this is the first one I have had that did not line up. Don't think it says much for their Quality Control though

Pete

Dennis D.
09-30-2013, 08:37 PM
Some where in the foggy recess of my mind, long ago when you pretty much had to order your tuner as a semi-custom item I recall that if you wanted the numbers to line up there was a slight extra charge.


Dennis

Don Stith
10-01-2013, 05:43 PM
Harrells makes all of the Hoehn and Harrell tuners in house. They are sent out for anodizing and engraving. Then the heads are screwed onto the body back at Harrells.