Posted by farmerhr on November 04, 2012 at 21:37:31 from (188.8.131.52):
I am rebuilding the engine on a 48 8N converted to 12 volts. The nuts holding the bearing caps on the rods have fine slots cut in them, are turned down a little on the diameter, and have a little notch cut on the turned down portion. There were no clips, locks etc on them when I took them off. Is there suposed to be some kind of lock on them ? Are they reusable or should they be replaced ? If they are reusable, should the turned down portion be squeezed a little before use ? Would it be a good idea to use some medium strength locktite on them during reassembly ? Thank You for any help or suggestions.
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