Monday, 09 June 2014
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RCBS Reloading Press on UltramountWhen I began reloading, I mounted my press to a solid (I thought) cabinet top.  It wasn’t long before I began to notice that with each downward pull of the press handle, the cabinet top would flex.  That is when I understood what others have said that a solid mount for a reloading press is a must.A search of the internet turned up a company,, that provides just the product to address any flex you find in mounting bases for your reloading press.  InLineFabrication provides a variety of accessories to make reloading easier.  Their Ultramount provided just what I needed - a solid, non-flexing mount for my RCBS Rockchucker press.The Ultramount is a solid 3/16 steel construction and black powdercoat.  The mount raises the press about 9 5/8” from your bench height.  The Ultramount modular in design will accommodate any reloading press available today.  If you decide to change presses in the future, a simple change of the top mounting plate and you are ready for your new press.

The standard Ultramount is 12" wide, 11.5" deep and 9 5/8" tall. When you order, you specify the mounting top that is pre-drilled to accommodate your specific reloading press. Bolt the Ultramount to your bench and you have a solid, non-flexing mount.

John Stewart Managing Editor - 4x4Voice - 4x4Wire - Natural Resources Consultant - California Four Wheel Drive Association - Board of Directors - BlueRibbon Coalition

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