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Subject: Re: Trapper 28

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Date Posted: 28/01/07 10:54:23
In reply to: Ian.P 's message, "Re: Trapper 28" on 26/01/07 20:00:28

Not too sure about the idea of cutting through the cutlasbearing to collapse it, it really isn't difficult to put a bit of studding a couple of nuts and some washers together, and you need something to get the next one in anyway.

personally I would avoid putting any undue pressure on the P bracket, they are far more expensive to replace or refix than a cutlass bearing.

I'm surprised to hear that the screw is brass, it is a grub screw or allen screw and usually stainless(years as a fasteners buyer means I call them socket set screws)

They are only a lock screw though, and a puller (or pusher) will get the bearing out anyway.

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Re: Trapper 28Keith28/01/07 15:42:10

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