|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-05-2015 06:39 PM|
Have you ever done time? It looks like a prison shank! lol
it looks a lot nicer than the now dull knife that I used. Nice work!
|09-05-2015 06:22 AM|
Originally Posted by Ian SAVS View Post
Originally Posted by Madjock View Post
|09-04-2015 05:08 PM|
|lc_brutale||Great idea, thanks!|
|09-04-2015 04:26 PM|
Nicely done Brian. One of my paint scrapers will be getting a new purpose in life very soon!!
|09-04-2015 02:29 PM|
Cheers guys....,it's a simple tool.,easily made .,cheap and it works...............what's not to like!
|09-04-2015 12:21 AM|
|lefin102||brilliant, hope we never share the same cell! Looks like it doubles as a shank.|
|09-03-2015 08:31 PM|
Brian is a master machinist, isn't he.??
Great stuff, as usual.
|09-03-2015 07:45 PM|
|Donsy||Love your work Brian, and your photography.|
|09-03-2015 07:17 PM|
|Ian SAVS||Very clever mate! I believe I'll set about making one of those, thanks for taking the time and posting pictures Brian.|
|09-03-2015 05:47 PM|
Tool for removing hub Seeger ring
Ok so I'm not sure if this is the right section to post this in....but I've been following Ian's thread regarding some hub components in the for sale section...http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=152458
Some members (Noel..,Mitchy..,etc) have raised the issue with difficulty regarding the seeger ring that fits into a recess retaining the ball bearing in place on the right/wheel side of the hub.
It is a little tricky to remove this ring ...,as it is difficult to get a 'grip' on it ....however quite a while ago I made a simple little tool from an old broken 'heavy duty' painters scraper.
I ground it to an appropriate shape as illustrated with a parallel 'chamfer' on either side.....this locates into the sloped end of the opening in the seeger ring.
You then simply 'twist' the tool which in turn "lifts' this end of the seeger ring out of it's groove allowing you to insert a little jewellers screwdriver into the gap created..,thus enabling you remove the ring easily.
Hopefully the following photos will explain the process.
With a little ingenuity..,most things are solvable