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Just wanted to give a atta-boy to lee customer service. Have a 20yr old challenger press. While making a batch of cat sneeze 30-30 loads I noticed that part of the press was broken. A cast aluminum togel that hold the handle. A call to lee got me a up grade kit in the mail that day. Install 2 days later works fine. ;D ;D
 

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"...part of the (Lee) press was broken. A cast aluminum togel that hold the handle."

That will happen if we don't keep that toggle retaining bolt tight like the instructions tell us to do.
 

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Chromescholar said:
I've used Lee for a long time. I've always been happy with them.
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If you are talking about the connect link Lee knows about the problem thats why they changed them.Same link on the old style turret press.And my bolt was tight and it still broke
 

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I broke my 20yr old O-press this past spring, ordered a RockCrusher to replace the heavy work (full length resizing) and ordered another challenger press to do the bullet seating work. Works out great because I can now have my resizing die set up in my RCBS and my seating die in my Lee.
I actually have my Lee set up in my den in the house, with the hot summer it sucked sweating to death out in the other room, so I clamped it on the bar with a powder scale beside it, that way I can fill and seat in the AC. ;D
 
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