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Re: what am I doin wrong

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TJ in KY

01-27-2013 10:00:18

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I had a problem with that adjustment a while back, bought one of Zane's jig and still had problems. While I don't remember all the details, and after talking with Zane we determined that the piece that JMOR's green arrow is pointing to was bent. If you put a square along side of the shaft the cast piece face should be square, if it is not Zane and I figured that's was where the problem was. After straightening it out and adjusting with Zane's jig it adjusted and responded correctly. I wil see if I can find pictures and post them for clarity. Hope this helps.

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01-27-2013 10:25:02

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 Re: what am I doin wrong in reply to TJ in KY, 01-27-2013 10:00:18  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI have heard about that part being bent & can even read about it in FO-20 (hundred series). You are the first to give any indication as to how to determine if bent, or correct shape. I do not see a "face". Also, I sure would like for someone to explain how it gets bent? It seems to me that the draft control plunger can't pull it too far to the rear, as there is a hard mechanical stop on plunger AND as for plunger pushing it too far forward, it seems to me that all the would do is compress the constant draft spring, neither of which shows me a reason for it bending. I certainly don't doubt you experience (combined with FO-20 comments), but I simply don't see the "how". If the rear most cast part of it could be pushed forward enough to hit the ram arm, then that would perhaps bend it, but in the opposite direction as to result in his problem?????????

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TJ in KY

01-27-2013 12:01:50

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 Re: what am I doin wrong in reply to JMOR, 01-27-2013 10:25:02  
While I don't remember all the things I tried as I look at your picture, if the cast piece on the right was bent then the distance between where that attaches and the pin on square block on the left would be longer... Affecting the ability to adjust it. I am not able to get to all my notes and pictures right now.. But that is what Zane and I figured out after I got his jig and still could not adjust it. I remember it did not make sense to Zane and he advised me to look for bent linkage.

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