Shimano Stella SW 20000

Started by Clem, August 01, 2011, 07:26:42 PM

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Clem

Hi Nagz,

That could be caused by the AR pawl if the pawl springhas not gone through the hole...the pawl is likley touching the AR ratchet has the handle is turned...will need to remove the cover and check. Dont keep turning it as the pawl wire could become stuck in the gear




nagz

Hello clem

The anti reverse seems to be fine, thank goodness
I only put a very light coat of cals on the gears, so I'm thinking I may need to apply more
Would that contribute?

Clem

I dont think it will be that...Did you dissasemble completely? Is the ticking consistent or only in part of the cycle when turning the handle?

Clem

Just take your time - process of elimination really..

Not too many things to check

Handle – Main gear - Side cover bearings
Pinion - bearings
Oscillation gear – worm shaft – bearings
Rotor – bearings – Rotor nut – Liner roller assembly

Sometimes the Line roller assembly can have a little play...sticky/thick grease can occasionally cause sucking/popping sound

wallacewt

im so glad i gotcha outa bed clem
good stuff

Clem


chopsticks

Terrific tutorial, really well done with good clear images.

One thing worth mentioning is that the rotor nut is a reverse thread.





lois

i am getting around to repairing a couple of Stellas in my shop and i was going to replace the
rotor nut on the Stella SW 20000. Now i understand that the threads on the pinion gear is supposed to be reverse
thread...? But it seems that the rotor nuts i received are standard thread. Has this been a problem with anyone else?

I've tried screwing on all four that I received backwards and forwards, and i've followed the threads and t seems like i
got a bad batch.

has this happened to anyone else?

please advise asap. thanks

Cone

lois, I'm not a Shimano guy. I have and do own one or two. From the pics in this post the rotor nut does seem to be LH threads. If you go to the 8000fa thread the threads appear to be RH. I would check to make sure the rotor nuts are for the model and year Stella you are servicing. A call to Shimano may be in order. I believe there have been changes in some previous Shimano's that can be confusing.
    I hope someone else can answer your question better. Good luck.
Bob
"Quemadmoeum gladuis neminem occidit, occidentis telum est." (A sword is never a killer, it is a tool in the killer's hands.)
   -    Lucius Annaeus Seneca, circa 4 BC – 65 AD

Clem

Hi Lois

I would say they just sent you the wrong ones..has happened to me before when I have ordered them for the FA and recd SW's.. :-\

Quote from: lois on June 22, 2013, 02:38:14 AM
i am getting around to repairing a couple of Stellas in my shop and i was going to replace the
rotor nut on the Stella SW 20000. Now i understand that the threads on the pinion gear is supposed to be reverse
thread...? But it seems that the rotor nuts i received are standard thread. Has this been a problem with anyone else?

I've tried screwing on all four that I received backwards and forwards, and i've followed the threads and t seems like i
got a bad batch.

has this happened to anyone else?

please advise asap. thanks

lois

ah ok, i think that is where the problem is...i may have ordered the FA ones. thanks guys, i'm going to give my rep a call!  ;D

lois

ok i've cleared it up. thanks for all of your help.

handi2

I too cannot charge a normal price after doing many of these reels. It takes at least 3 hours are more. Imagine doing a Stella 2500 sized reel. It was a nightmare..!!
OCD Reel Service & Repair
Gulf Breeze, FL

PE Pete

Kiaora cuz, that's mean! Just joined this forum & am looking for 08 Stella's.
You know of anyone want to flick any?
Where about are you? I'm in Aucks but will flick ya a PM soon.
Cheers Pete

anglingarchitect

My Vanstal is solid not opened for five years at least.               

I guess I should send it in, before it seizes up on me.