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  • Table Drive Assembly rebuild 82/70

    Trying to rebuild a table drive assembly for the first time. I removed all the nuts and bolts, roll pins but still can't separate the crank housing from the table drive eccentric. Am i missing something?
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  • #2
    Soak that bearing good with pb blaster or something similar. Let it sit for awhile. Put the bolt back in the bearing ( your first picture side) thread it in half way , put table drive in vise and hammer that bolt. It should come out.

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    • #3
      I would lock the base in a vice then use 2 screw drivers to gently pry the 2 sides apart. To me personally I would never recommend hitting any part of a table drive with a hammer. ( not meaning any disrespect by that).
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      • #4
        He said he is rebuilding it so I assumed he would be replacing the eccentric and bearing.

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        • #5
          I have soaked the spot in penetrating oil and did the bolt and hammer thing, still stuck. It still spins, just does not separate. Our state old man guru said some times they just cease and will not break apart, so very well could be a lost cause. Thanks for the tips though.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by AndrewCarleo View Post
            Soak that bearing good with pb blaster or something similar. Let it sit for awhile. Put the bolt back in the bearing ( your first picture side) thread it in half way , put table drive in vise and hammer that bolt. It should come out.
            This is probably what I would try first.

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            • #7
              Vise with strategically placed lumber as soft jaws, large socket to press the bearing out. Start cranking. Just a thought.

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              • #8
                I've had one in the past where I had to take it to a machine shop to separate it. Tried the Auto shop first but they didn't have anything big enough for it.
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