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    not that i need to, and never have, what is the best method of changing if you ever needed to. i've thought about it from timt to time, and just want to get a few ideas just in case it ever bites me in the ass. thanks for any posts. brad k
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    Re: table tourque tube

    Fairly simple, drop your table springs, put table at BDC on wood, disconnect the spot and respot rods, disconnect the clevis, off spot wires, bolts or pins on the table support legs, wrap and old belt (the kind for your pants) or rope around torque tube and frame in the middle (to support the tube), unbolt your pillow blocks on the ends. pull out the tube.

    Think that all, If I missed something sorry, been working a Brunswick house the last week.

    John
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    John
    804-240-4982

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