The thing that worried me about the wooden slip over tool was the additional
leverage it placed on the knock-off.? I was concerned it would over tighten the
knock-off.? With the extra length I did not have a good feel as to how tight
the knock-off was becoming with each blow of the hammer.
From: Simon Lachlan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wed, Aug 26, 2009 6:58 am
Subject: Re: [Healeys] hubs .. splines - autotightening
I made a copy of the wooden spinner removal tool - the thing that you put
over the spline and bash with a hammer. I used about 3 layers of best marine
ply epoxied together at angles so the plys were not running parallel. It's
not a thing of beauty but it's not going to fall apart.
I never use it nowadays!
I do use one of those hammers with hard black rubber on one face and tough
white nylon(?) on the other face. Or a Thor hammer. One can still get the
screw-in faces for both tools.
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