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Re: Hoist pin clearances

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JD Seller

10-06-2013 13:37:10

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I would bet that they had .050-.060 when they were new. They have quite a bit of slop in them. If you don't they will bind up with rust.

I have had to cut them off and press them apart. Used to get a couple each fall. Guys would dump their wagon and not be able to get it back down.

I usually could just weld the old pieces back on after I pressed them apart and cleaned them up.

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10-07-2013 17:27:41

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 Re: Hoist pin clearances in reply to JD Seller, 10-06-2013 13:37:10  
JD you were on the money with the one sixteenth clearance at the pins. just found that out today.

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10-06-2013 14:22:46

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 Re: Hoist pin clearances in reply to JD Seller, 10-06-2013 13:37:10  
I had thought about pressing out the shaft also. The way the one I have is made you can not press it apart without a lot of surgery. Then you would have a big mess. I felt it was easier to make new pieces and a new pin and sleeve, then weld it all back together. If I was building hoist's I would build it like the one I drew, not like the one I have.

Maybe .040 thousandths isn't enough but .060 thousandth is right at 1/16 of an inch. It would hold more grease around the pin though.

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