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Re: 2090 Pilot Spools

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12-23-2012 06:19:28

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DK is correct but I do take all 4 out chuck in my cordless drill very fine emery an clean rag nothing in bore, let oil drain to clean, very seldom see the problem.

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12-23-2012 06:31:27

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 Re: 2090 Pilot Spools in reply to casetrader, 12-23-2012 06:19:28  
I try to avoid polishing the spool if I can.
Reason, the spool edges should be sharp to wipe impurities off when they move. Rounding the spool edges creates a situation where minute pieces of material can actually be forced into the surface of the aluninum body.
I always use the spool and the screw and lots of cleaner and just keep working it till it gets free. Abrasives of any kind are a last resort for me.

I am not for any method that increases the working clearances of the spool/ bore.


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12-23-2012 09:42:59

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 Re: 2090 Pilot Spools in reply to mEl, 12-23-2012 06:31:27  
I agree completely, abrasives are a no,no. The problem is those tiny steel flakes embeded in the aluminum valve body that scrores and sticks the pilot spool. They can be work out as mEl mentioned, I find a new spool seems to work best. Rod.

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