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    Pulled the shaft out the pinion. Stepped back a little for some good long strokes and banged it out.
    Ball pein hammer helped a ton with directing the strikes exactly where I wanted, still a little tight to do with the yoke on but hopefully it’ll do 🤞

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    Cleaned it up with some aceton and squirted some paint on there so I can easily tell if it makes contact again.
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    Good workout


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    Very nice! Mine started doing it really bad on the trail one day. Had to stop and do the same thing, beat on it with a BFH. Good thing I had some help that day. tapatalk_1502064153222.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    Very nice! Mine started doing it really bad on the trail one day. Had to stop and do the same thing, beat on it with a BFH. Good thing I had some help that day. tapatalk_1502064153222.jpeg

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    Hey, that’s me supervising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Hey, that’s me supervising.
    And you were a great supervisor! You did your share of work earlier that day when your hydraulic line to your ram blew. So you were clear for supervisorary duties on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Pulled the shaft out the pinion. Stepped back a little for some good long strokes and banged it out.
    Ball pein hammer helped a ton with directing the strikes exactly where I wanted, still a little tight to do with the yoke on but hopefully it’ll do 🤞

    Cleaned it up with some aceton and squirted some paint on there so I can easily tell if it makes contact again.

    Good workout
    See how easy that was Nice job

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    See how easy that was Nice job
    Wasn’t bad at all, thanks again


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    You can also cut out and rehang that area if needed, I had to for the PR80.
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