My new coupling finally came in at the local bearing shop over the weekend. I had checked the Internet, found them for $9 (see link below), so I was a bit upset at spending $40 for it, then saw Granger wants $50. Gotta support the locals, good guys.
Anyway, the old coupling was silver soldered on and came right off with heat. I turned the splines off one end of the new coupling and have it pressed on the shaft. The new coupling is very soft, my question is should I attempt to harden by water or oil quench or leave it soft?
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