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  • Dissy Orientation.

    Head banging problem with pins falling off dissy on leaving pinwheel.
    Tried various adjustments on dissy pan and guide plate (kidney plate).
    Different belts.
    Lowered,raised dissy.
    With or without belt riser.
    There seems to be to much velocity on pin,depending on bin position of dissy.
    Consequently it overides the guide rail and either falls on the curtain/pinwheel/or floor!!
    Any suggestions??

  • #2
    Re: Dissy Orientation.

    Remove the pan that is under the belt.

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    • #3
      Re: Dissy Orientation.

      I am an advocate of slowing down the elevator. Stahls has a nice 5 inch cast pulley and 188 inch belt (to replace the stock 190).

      I also like the Dist pan Diapers, (pin witers for the o pan, look kind of like a diaper) which I believe we get from EBN, about $10 a peice, and they improve orientation 10 fold.

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      • #4
        Re: Dissy Orientation.

        Originally posted by Tall Paul:
        Remove the pan that is under the belt.
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        • #5
          Re: Dissy Orientation.

          Thanks guys,i`ll give both methods a try and see what works best.

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          • #6
            Re: Dissy Orientation.

            No belt runner is the best mod for a distributor. The pins fall into the valley and never roll over.

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            • #7
              Re: Dissy Orientation.

              Yeah King,thanks for that advice,i`ll give it a try on my worst dissys.

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              • #8
                Re: Dissy Orientation.

                [img]http://pic2.****************/VOL26/934456/1718790/23196389.jpg[/img]
                Some distributors without the belt runner will need a belt riser or something else like on this pic to give the pins a better grip on the belt.

                Martin
                So it goes.

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                • #9
                  Re: Dissy Orientation.

                  That looks like the old Stahls belts, but they were a pinkish orange. I loved those belts, too bad I cant get them anymore.

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