Refurbishing the draft control assembly on the MF35. All good so far. The last issue is removing the overload stop as it has mated to the bore. Do I need to replace it? The only non destructive way I can see to remove it is to pull the lid and punch it out from the inside. Am I correct in thinking MF has a hole in the casting to enable this? If there is a hole in the casting I would assume the overload stop is present as I cannot see into the interior of the casting from the draft control bore. Any and all help appreciated.
Re: MF35 Overload Stop in reply to gcooperlll, 07-17-2019 19:44:53
Bob Your last picture shows the area in question - the rear of the housing where the draft control rod enters the draft control piston area - you can see the hole thru the casting where the overload stop abuts. As I can't see this hole from the inside of the draft control chamber I'll assume the overload stop disc is in place. I think I'll just let it be. Much thanks. Cooper
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