I just repaired a hand clutch which was in similar condition on a WD. I removed the press fit pin with a pipe wrench by just turning it out and then built up the worn areas with an arc welder, cleaning off the flux and filing it back to shape. This took several passes on each end but worked out well. To replace the pin I put it in the freezer and in the meantime drilled a 1/2" hole in the channel directly opposite where the pin sits. Once the pin was in posistion I used a length of 1/2" round and a hammer to replace the pin. It all worked out well.
Today's Featured Article - Horsepower Defined - by Staff. Indicated Horsepower This represents the power developed in the enine cylinder as obtained from the pressure in the cylinders. This is pressure obtained from an indicator which shows cylinder pressures. Indicated horsepower does not represent the actual useful power delivered by the engine. Brake Horsepower This is the actual horse power delivered by the engine to the shaft. It is equal to the "indicated horsepower" less the friction of the engine. It is useful hor
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