1. #1
    wtw
    Guest
    Hi djack, I would consider the torque hub update to be critical having experienced two snapring failures. The snapring (233308) is discarded. The hub (690664) is machined down to the depth of the snapring groove. Thread is then cut onto the hub and an appropriate nut is made to fit the thread. A locking setscrew and or loctite is used to guarantee that this nut will not work loose. I had a local machine shop do this. Cost about $100.

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  3. #2
    djack
    Guest
    Thanks for the quick response. I'm sure I'll have many other questions. Could you drop me your phone number so I can talk through additional detailsIJ

  4. #3
    WTW
    Guest
    Hi djack, Post your email address and I'll send you my phone number.

  5. #4
    djack
    Guest
    please send to derekj@earthlink.net. Thanks.

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