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    How to

    Hello all.
    How to "safe" bring such a gear shafts back in axe?

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    Re: How to

    As far as the shaft is willing to go without going 'pop', heat helps, take it slowly , small tweaks at a time

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    Thanks Nash.
    But how to secure achieve perpendicularity? 90deg back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Split sec View Post
    Thanks Nash.
    But how to secure achieve perpendicularity? 90deg back.
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    You want to know how to measure if it's truly straight again? Your eyeball is accurate enough, put the part in truing calipers and check it with a 5x or so loupe. There are special tools for measuring eccentricity of parts like this that hold them between centers and you can rig up something similar with a dial test indicator and a dead center lathe or even Jacot tool. But your eye is good enough.

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