Reaming the Rigid Frame Crossover Tube

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Reaming the Rigid Frame Crossover Tube

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Post by VT » Fri Dec 30, 2005 2:37 am

The procedure as described by Mbskeam, from the M&O Guide, Vol. 2.
1. The shaft binds in the left bushing.
2. Measure the i.d. ... "And back that zerk fitting out Eugene :!: "
3. Set the reamer for a light cut.
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Post by VT » Fri Dec 30, 2005 2:41 am

4. Counter-wind (C.C.W) fiberglass (slick surface) tape on a reversed 3/8 socket extension.
5. Connect to the reamer.
6. Turn the reamer clockwise slowly. Remove (C.W). Never turn a reamer counter-clockwise. Check for shaft fit. Repeat with a slightly larger cut until no drag is felt. Take your time. You can easily cut too much bushing material out of there. This shaft has a side-play of 0.008" measured with a dial indicator against the side-end of the fully installed shaft.
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