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Re: Starting my rebuild

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08-14-2002 18:33:01

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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.

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Phill S. from MN

08-19-2002 08:07:53

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 Re: Re: Starting my rebuild in reply to Peter, 08-14-2002 18:33:01  
Thanks for the info. When the pin comes out, does the hole go all the way through the transmission case and leave an open hole? Or is it a blind cavity that holds the pin?

I got the pin to turn in the hole a little bit before my pipe wrench broke. I'll try again later.



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08-19-2002 18:08:10

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 Re: Re: Re: Starting my rebuild in reply to Phill S. from MN, 08-19-2002 08:07:53  
The hole goes right through to the transmission. Peter

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