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Aaron in Mohnton Pa

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   I wasn't sure which board to put this on, but being we are offering parts in addition to the repair service, we elected to post here......

   We offer M60 Top Cover overhaul services.....Services we provide for the M60 top cover include -  Replacement of top cover tins, replacement of internal fixed components such as the cartridge guide posts / springs etc, replacement of cam bumpers, replacement of missing rivets, replacement of rubber cheek rests, replacement of latch sets. 

    We have the following Top Cover components available. 


- Rubber Cheek Rests - $120 - Used Excellent (only available with repair services)

- M60e3 Top Cover Tins (Rivets Included) - $150 - NOS

- Top Cover Latch Sets - $120 - Mix of NOS and Used Parts

- Cam Bumpers - $50 - NOS (only available with repair services due to limited quantity)

- Top Cover Latch Retaining Rods - $35 - NOS

- Top Cover Cartridge Guide Posts - $28 each - New


  Price for repair work varies based on what you need done. But if you have an ugly top cover, we can make it like new. Some photos below of repairs we have done. 

Aaron - Mohnton, Pa














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Just received my M60 top cover back from Aaron. Could not be happier, looks brand new it needed a few parts, as well as applying chemical to the silver rivets that were used. Not to mention but the top cover was shipped like you would ship a chanderlier. Anyone thinking about getting your top cover cleaned up/serviced, have Aaron do it ASAP. Thanks again for a great job!



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A very very rare Saco M60e3 prototype Topcover (the first variation of the M60e3 cover that was designed and produced) that we overhauled.... Completely rebuilt using new old stock factory Saco Parts. 
The final version of the M60e3 top cover would have more skelotonization done to the frame of the top cover. Like shown in the post above this one. 

Aaron -Mohnton, Pa








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