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Old 27-12-2007, 19:34   #31
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Really what you call a "joint" effort!!
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Old 27-12-2007, 23:35   #32
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By far the best option and probably the least costly, would be to have the whole thing given to a machine shop. It will take 2 minutes to press the shaft out, have it checked along with the flange and everything would be put back together true and fair. Very inexpensive way to have some peace of mind in my opinion.
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The problem has been solved (heat and hammering). I did try the machine shop but he gave me back the item still intact as he was not game to put any more pressure on with the press.
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I'm interested that some old threads such as the one above are being regurgitated again several weeks / months after they were originally posted, what causes this to happen??
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