Let's just hope the next set you need to install are slightly oversized
like these. A better move might have been to sand down the
bush to fit the properly sized metal work.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Mitchell" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2005 6:25 PM
Subject: Re: Rear Trunnions
> Spitted Ones,
> An update to my question about the trunnions from last
> week. I ordered a new Rear Trunnion Kit last weekm and
> then proceeded to take my faithful Dremel tool (actually)
> the Black & Decker version) and sand out the part on the
> inner hub where it sits. I also disassembled the 'old new'
> parts and absolutely destroyed them. After sanding them
> down, and using a liberal application of anti-seize compound
> I re-assembled everything. Boy, did they slide together
> nicely. More like I remembered from 1976. Next step is to
> replace the spring and then everything can go back together.