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Versão atual de: Justin Coykendall ,

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-After cleaning the housing and shaft squeaky clean, I applied two part epoxy to the splines on the shaft and installed into housing. I let the epoxy completely cure before drilling my 1/8” hole then installing the 1/8” spring pin. In my photo you can see the epoxy squeezed out about a 1/16". This prevented the upper ring gear from fully seating where I could not install the pin through the shaft. I used a razor knife to cut the epoxy off flush and everything fit perfectly!
+[image|2443525][video|3378]After cleaning the housing and shaft squeaky clean, I applied two part epoxy to the splines on the shaft and installed into housing. I let the epoxy completely cure before drilling my 1/8” hole then installing the 1/8” spring pin. In my photo you can see the epoxy squeezed out about a 1/16". This prevented the upper ring gear from fully seating where I could not install the pin through the shaft. I used a razor knife to cut the epoxy off flush and everything fit perfectly!

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Mensagem original de: Justin Coykendall ,

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After cleaning the housing and shaft squeaky clean, I applied two part epoxy to the splines on the shaft and installed into housing.  I let the epoxy completely cure before drilling my 1/8” hole then installing the 1/8” spring pin.  In my photo you can see the epoxy squeezed out about a 1/16".  This prevented the upper ring gear from fully seating where I could not install the pin through the shaft.  I used a razor knife to cut the epoxy off flush and everything fit perfectly!

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