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WC Spindle removal

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LWW

04-03-2011 12:00:25




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How do you go about removing the spindles from the bolster on a narrow front WC? I don't think they're welded in, and suspect they can be replaced, but don't know how they are removed. Any and all help will be appreciated, thank you.




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LWW

04-03-2011 14:51:49




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to LWW, 04-03-2011 12:00:25  
That's EXACTLY what I was looking for, thanks for the help, guys.



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JMS/.MN

04-03-2011 13:58:19




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to LWW, 04-03-2011 12:00:25  
Like the other Jim says- they are pinned. Clean it up well after removing the hubs, wire brush the paint, and you should find them. Often flush with the casting, so you need to look carefully for the telltale circle. I don"t know if they are tapered pins, but just in case, I would not pound on any end sticking out.



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Jim350

04-03-2011 15:08:25




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-03-2011 13:58:19  
Should be a straight pin.



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JoeM(GA)

04-03-2011 13:56:31




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to LWW, 04-03-2011 12:00:25  
.see if this helps third party image



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Jim350

04-03-2011 12:23:56




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to LWW, 04-03-2011 12:00:25  
I don"t think they were welded in.
There should be a pin holding the spindles in.
If yours are welded I would think someone did that. Not the factory.



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60 acre hillside

04-03-2011 15:23:49




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to Jim350, 04-03-2011 12:23:56  
But I think they are only sold as an assembly.



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Brian G. NY

04-03-2011 19:36:01




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to 60 acre hillside, 04-03-2011 15:23:49  
I would think there are a ton of used ones out there, tho!



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60 acre hillside

04-04-2011 04:02:33




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 Re: WC Spindle removal in reply to Brian G. NY, 04-03-2011 19:36:01  
The bearing sometimes turn and ruin the center part. The spindles should still be alright.



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