Topic: Re: Touch control lever friction disc alternative
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I replaced mine about 2 months ago. The nut came off after a good soaking in PB Blaster. Had to use some heat and LOTS of leverage on the plate; I was afraid I would break it but it came off.
If you can get it off a great friction disc can be made from a piece of asphalt shingle. Just use the plate as a template and cut out a donut shaped piece to fit.
I used a 25 yr shingle...guess it should last that long. :lol:
Re: Touch control lever friction disc alternative in reply to JCinKY, 01-25-2013 07:48:12
|I did the same , I was 16 miles from town , no-one |
there would have had one either, I would have had
to come home 170 miles & then back again after
ordering , a asphalt shingle works great. Mine too
was 25 years. I still got another probably 250 or
more I could make.
2N with 8N motor 8N345567
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