yea its not rocket science and something i am fully capable of doing... i was just seeing if there is a slip on option but i guess not. anyhow thanks for the advice kellymac
the real issue is finding the right rivets for the job. Alum ones tend to wear thru and then they start to wiggle and wear the can holes bigger. You need SS rivets to do a real good job. I used screws on the last one I did and repaired another that had the holes messed up like I described above. The end caps instructions say to use rivets OR screws, its up to you. Ive had no long term luck with alum rivets.