Harbor freight beadrollers are fine tools after reinforcementing it.Here is a lot of threads about HF beadrollers,dies etc.I havent found any thread for the guide fence yet for these beadrollers.Guide fence is good to have,when rolling straight beads.I've found them for sale around 80 bucks,but cheap bastard like me wont never spend a 80 bucks for a tool that you can fabricate 100% from the scrap. So here we go: I found some angle iron left overs and made the fence frame of that: I made few notches,so the guide will move freely in the throat. The most important part is to weld the angle irons in 90 degree angle,otherwise your beads may look like a bit weird because the fence is not mounted straight to the beadroller. I did some test fitting and it seems to be ok,there is enought room for the axles too. It needs something to get it clamped to the beadroller,so i butchered one crappy G-clamp and used the axle and some of the G-clamp frame on this project. So here is the finished guide fence... And it looks like it works too.I think this will make some of the beadroller work a bit faster than it used to be.