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Re: Hoist pin clearances

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jon f mn

10-06-2013 18:32:46

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They fit fairly loose, never measured them tho. It was my post on the round pin/square tube repair. It's here in tool talk if you want to look it up.

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10-07-2013 05:32:06

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 Re: Hoist pin clearances in reply to jon f mn, 10-06-2013 18:32:46  
The hoist you repaired looks like the one I have. Only yours is bigger. The round stock through mine is maybe inch and a half. The tube it goes through is one and seven eights outside diameter. That is the same dimension as inch and a half pipe. The inside dimension of inch and a half pipe is around one inch and .610 thousandths. If inch and a half round stock is used you would have .110 thousandths clearance which I thought was excessive. I was planning on having a piece of round stock turned down to get a tighter clearance. Maybe I should not and just put in the inch and a half round stock.

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jon f mn

10-07-2013 16:40:27

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 Re: Hoist pin clearances in reply to JOB, 10-07-2013 05:32:06  
I would use the 1 1/2" round and machine out the pipe a bit and get a brass bushing to fit the shaft. I linked a company that can fix you up with the bushings if you need.

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10-07-2013 17:25:46

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 Re: Hoist pin clearances in reply to jon f mn, 10-07-2013 16:40:27  
I don't have a band saw so I took the froze up pin and sleeve (pipe) to a guy that does. Cut the sleeve and pin in half and this is what I found.

The sleeve was made out of inch and a half tubing and the pin was one and seven sixteenth cold rolled shaft material. The manufacture did it that way to save machining costs. So points A and D is made from two inch tubing and inch and fifteen sixteenth cold rolled shaft material. That's is why there is .060 thousandths clearance there.

I now have a piece of inch and a half tubing and a inch and a half rod that I will have one sixteenth cut from. Then I should have a pin and sleeve.

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