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    i was wandering if any one has made a video that goes over the steps the remove and replace the 1:1

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    With all the new videos being made it one will be out soon

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    • #3
      There are step by step instructions available...to change one would be a rather long video unless there was a lot of editing to take out the "boring" stuff.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Steve Stafford (JBEES) View Post
        ..to take out the "boring" stuff.
        Hey wait... I re....semble that remark!
        "Efficiency is, doing better what is already being done!"
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          thanks for the info guys

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          • #6
            Originally posted by wepauls View Post
            With all the new videos being made it one will be out soon
            I nominate you to make it, Bill.

            Do I hear a second?
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            • #7
              Wish someone would have said something sooner, just pulled one of mine last week. There are approximatly 115 steps as per the Brunswick gear box disassembly manual. It is a very long process, especially when you have never done one before.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by riversidesmechanic View Post
                There are approximatly 115 steps as per the Brunswick gear box disassembly manual.
                There is an "easier" way that I have found. Basically it involves getting stuff out of the way; removing the detector; removing all of the pressure on the cam followers; then pulling the 1 to 1. This only works if the machine has not froze up. If the machine froze in any other position than where you want it, all bets are off.

                My first one took between 8 & 10 hours, following the book. My second one took about 3 hours, with a 10 minute coffee break once I got the old 1 to 1 out. There are a lot of steps in the book that don't have to be done, if you take the time to look things over and think things out.
                Originally posted by riversidesmechanic View Post
                It is a very long process, especially when you have never done one before.
                I will agree to that. The first one is always a pain in the tushie.

                The number one thing to remember when tackling a job like this is: Don't panic.

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                • #9
                  Actually the number one thing to remember is to have it in time...If it's off a tooth...Then panic
                  My father told me to never get old...I should have listened!

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                  • #10
                    Phil what is the best way to get it in time? An how do you know it is timed properly?

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                    • #11
                      The easiest way I have found to time it is painting the teeth with the timing marks with white out. Make them easier to see in the mirror, but good luck getting the mirror in the right position to see through the sight hole.
                      Keep smiling... It makes them wonder.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by riversidesmechanic View Post
                        Phil what is the best way to get it in time? An how do you know it is timed properly?
                        If you cycle the gear box to 90 degrees...with the 4:1 exactly where the book states it should be for zero degrees (but remember you are at 90 degrees), you can look at the moving deck scissor cam to see if the 1:1 is in time. On many cams there is a slash mark on the side of the cam that will point at the roller bearing on the scissor cam follower. This slash mark should be pointed directly at the middle of the roller bearing. Here is a picture of what it should look like...



                        As a check...turn the gear box forward and the scissor cam follower should not begin to move into the low dwell of the cam until you have rotated the worm shaft at least 1 full revolution.
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                        • #13
                          You can paint the teeth with white paint, and the mating teeth with yellow paint, then with a mirror and some patience, you'll get in time if u do it at 0. Make some dowel pins to hold the assy so you can let it go if you need a break or to reposition the assy. Good luck. I myself just pull the gear box.
                          Last edited by Phil_B; 08-02-2012, 08:21 PM.
                          My father told me to never get old...I should have listened!

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