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Re: 1959 MF65 38

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07-25-2014 10:16:49

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Each one of the adjusting blocks will need to be freed up after removal from the wheel. Once they get rusty they won't move I've found. After freeing up the cams on my 85 and backed off completely the wheel can be put on easily, set where you want, the turn each one clockwise to lock.

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07-25-2014 11:08:38

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 Re: 1959 MF65 38 in reply to Dieseltech, 07-25-2014 10:16:49  
My question is, if I am NOT able to move the pin within the eccentric pin body (clamp), and I am not able to install all of the "lock" pieces for the eccentic pin. I have all six clamps in place and two of the locks for the eccentric pin within the body. I have also installed a "stop body" with a lock screw. I'm thinking that tack welding each clamp from the back might be my only option if I can't easily replace those pieces. :( :(

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07-25-2014 11:25:08

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 Re: 1959 MF65 38 in reply to reubentice, 07-25-2014 11:08:38  
I've never had trouble getting a cam lock shaft to move in the vise when they are off.

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07-25-2014 11:33:40

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 Re: 1959 MF65 38 in reply to Dieseltech, 07-25-2014 11:25:08  
After years of salt dripping from a slight leak, the metal seems to bger almost fused. No matter what, I could not move the pins. Did you have to heat them up? Perhaps yours are simply in better condition. HELP!

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07-25-2014 12:54:12

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 Re: 1959 MF65 38 in reply to reubentice, 07-25-2014 11:33:40  
Sometimes heat is needed when really rusty.

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