Originally Posted by The Inflicted
Back in the old days, getting a loader to fit in a feedneck was simple.
If the loader was too tight, sand the spout.
If the loader was too loose, wrap the spout with electrical tape.
That. I was thinking of typing that out when I posted but decided not to. However it amazes me how squeamish people are about feednecks these days. I frequently see people post "My loader doesn't fit in my feedneck, what do?" and get the response "Spend $30-$50 on a new feedneck". FFS just sand or cut the plastic!
Although in this case you really should spend the $30 on a new feedneck because plastic elbows are terrible and you'll probably break more than $30 worth of them. They aren't really designed for electronic loaders and the weight of a magna will not be good for them.