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    Quote Originally Posted by peterle View Post
    Thank you for your fast and honest reply on my request. I will update the "bellow story" when everything is mounted ... (hope so !)
    I got the new bellows from ecbuyonline2008 on ebay. Fast shipping (14 days) to germany December, 28. Simple way to mount rear standard to the new bellows, front standard is a little bit tricky... The new bellows are a little bit thicker than the original material, so the screws are not long enough. I exchanged the screws in longer ones to fit frame and thickness of the bellows material. I put on a little bit to much glue for the front frame - but this issue was not really important.

    Conclusion: Very sturdy bellows - much better then the original ones. No problem to fold the camera. No light leaks. Time to assemble all together: 4 hours because of "difficult" mounting operation of the front frame (see above).

    Thank you for all previous information in this thread - without your input I wouldn't have been able to finish the operation successfully !! Happy New year 2019.

    Regards

    Peter

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    Re: Toyo 810M Resource/Fan Page

    Glad to hear it, Peter; that's why we create these kinds of threads, to help others.
    Very happy it worked out well, and that Rudy is still doing solid work.

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    Re: Toyo 810M Resource/Fan Page

    Does a reducing back to whole plate exist for the M810?

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    Re: Toyo 810M Resource/Fan Page

    Doubtful, I've only seen the 4x5 reducing back.
    But it wouldn't be hard to make your own, if you have the 4x5 reducing back, a WP back, and an angle grinder.

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