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    Anybody have any idea as to why the turret release cam is rubbing against the turret clutch? It's causing a bind which is causing the turret turret to index slow. Any suggestions?

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    Originally posted by Knowledge_is_key View Post
    Anybody have any idea as to why the turret release cam is rubbing against the turret clutch? It's causing a bind which is causing the turret turret to index slow. Any suggestions?
    Maybe the short turret belt is too short?
    Nick

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    • #3
      I put the old belt back on. But the time delay still hesitates after it releases the pins and when I push on the latch it hesitates. Which tells me a bind somewhere but I can't find it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Knowledge_is_key View Post
        I put the old belt back on. But the time delay still hesitates after it releases the pins and when I push on the latch it hesitates. Which tells me a bind somewhere but I can't find it.
        So did the problem with the turret release cam rubbing against the turret clutch get solved when you put the old belt back on? If so then maybe you do need a new belt to solve your hesitating to index problem, but you need to make sure you are using the proper lenght short turret belt. There is a long and a short one (short turret belt), I think a .5" or 1" difference between the length of the 2.
        Nick

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        • #5
          I use the 49.5" belt. I changed the shoulder bold
          T and bushings in delay gear and still hesitating. I even loosened the gear a little bit. I am so stumped on this.

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          • #6
            I had a hard time getting the short link on. Should I try the adjustable link and shorten it?

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            • #7
              Bother check your turret levelness just a Thoth

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              • #8
                I put the old belt on and it's far enough back now. Ended up putting a different trurret clutch in. Seems to be working as of now. (knock on wood)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Knowledge_is_key View Post
                  I use the 49.5" belt. I changed the shoulder bold
                  T and bushings in delay gear and still hesitating. I even loosened the gear a little bit. I am so stumped on this.

                  Maybe you should be using the 12-150113-600 belt (50"). What type of cam do you have on that lane? The stamped steel or the cast cam? I believe the cast cams get the 49.5" belt and the stamped cams get the 50" belt
                  Nick

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                  • #10
                    I thought there was just a 49 & a 49.5 belt?

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                    • #11
                      The Brunswick parts catalog is showing:


                      12-150113-000 (49.5")
                      12-150113-600 (50")
                      Nick

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                      • #12
                        you sure you have the clutch plate in the slide bolts properly?
                        [email protected] | jsebeny <--YouTube | Cell: 309-275-2453

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                        • #13
                          I'm pretty sure. Now it's doing it again. Worked fine for a day and right back to the same thing. Killing me!

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                          • #14
                            When you say it is hesitating are you talking about the time delay gear ? if so normal cause is lack of oil ( lubrication ) on the friction disc. bushing and spring retainer or linings and top pulley slipping. If the turret is hesitating indexing the 5 tighten the long turret belt. sounds like you solved your first problem with the short turret belt.
                            formerly dunsel
                            ITS NOT HOW MUCH YOU KNOW ITS HOW MUCH YOU CARE!!!!!

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                            • #15
                              Everything is brand new on the clutch. What do I need to
                              Oil on them? Even the top of the spring retainer?

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