Started by Fishgolfman, March 13, 2023, 05:10:51 AM
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Quote from: oldmanjoe on March 16, 2023, 12:52:53 PMI find thoes bits in kit like this .
Quote from: Robert Janssen on March 18, 2023, 09:26:13 AMThis is really good stuff. Gotta get myself one of these. So far, it seems like no parts impossible to replicate..
Quote from: Midway Tommy on March 18, 2023, 06:30:39 PMWell done, Joe! I'm starting to wonder how my stiff clubby old hands and fingers are going to manipulate those minute little parts. Does one need to completely remove that button set screw through the hole in the knurled knob before removing the knob?I'm starting to wish I had a video setup for this disassembly rather than just a camera.
Quote from: jurelometer on March 18, 2023, 06:09:12 PMNice work Joe!So the mechanism works as I suggested earlier. The basic mechanism that fixes the small main gear to to the shaft and uses the outside face of the small main to drive the large main eliminates one of the main problem areas in many two speeds - having the shaft switch drive load from one main to the other. This is such a simple clean design, albeit with some tradeoffs.Not sure how the small main meshes when re-engaging with the pinion. It also seems there could be a point where the pinion could spin backward under load during a shift, unless the anti-reverse acts on the pinion..040 inch is pretty skinny. Assume that in order to make this cut, the part has to be supported on both sides. Might need to be tempered afterward, too.-J
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