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blog:hb_elevation_jackscrew_to_dish_lug_bush_lubrication [2012/02/01 05:00]
Brett Reid created
blog:hb_elevation_jackscrew_to_dish_lug_bush_lubrication [2012/02/01 05:03]
Brett Reid
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-The cover plates were removed from the pin at the high end of the jack screw. A grease nipple was installed in each cover plate and a gasket placed between the cover plate and lug. The bolts were replaced with 3/8 UNC X 1 inch bolts made of stainless steel. The screw holes needed cleaning with a tap and RP7. Grease was pumped in to the grease nipple to fill the cavity near the ends of the pin.+The cover plates were removed from the pin at the high end of the jack screw. A grease nipple was installed in each cover plate and a gasket placed between the cover plate and lug. The bolts were replaced with 3/8 UNC X 1 inch bolts made of stainless steel. The screw holes needed cleaning with a tap and RP7. Grease was pumped in to the grease nipple to fill the cavity near the ends of the pin. This was recommended by Kevin and Bob, as the "​Oilite"​ bush is suspected to lose some of its lubricating properties. Feb 1st 2012. Brett.
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