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WD ECCENTRIC SNAP RINGS?

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MIKE DAVIS

03-06-2003 15:21:31




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WELL, AFTER TWO WEEKS OF SOAKING IN PB BLASTER, KROIL, CHEATER BAR AND LARGE SLEDGE HAMMER, I HAD TO TAKE THE WHEELS APART TO GET THE ECCENTRICS LOOSE, NO EASY TASK THERE! ANYWAY, SOME OF THE SNAP/LOCK RINGS WERE BROKEN AND SOME IN BAD SHAPE. WHAT CAN I USE TO REPLACE THEM? ARE THEY STILL AVAILABLE? ANYONE HAVE ANY OF THEM LAYING AROUND? THANKS.




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Tom

03-07-2003 19:32:25




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 Re: WD ECCENTRIC SNAP RINGS? in reply to MIKE DAVIS, 03-06-2003 15:21:31  
They may still be aviaible foro AGCO. Or how about Sandy Lake? If not find a coil spring with the right size wire and diameter, and cut off some "snap rings".



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