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Originally posted by motopete motopete wrote:

IIRC Jefs, I found it moderately fiddly to keep all the rubbers in place whilst manipulating the wheel back into position.
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Not an insurmountable problem. Some RTV compound should work, it's for rubber/gasket to metal and stays flexible. Superglue would not be my first choice as it can attack some rubbers and plastics, and goes rock hard. Mending a watch or a camera is fiddly.

Squeezing the Enfield drive into the new rubbers took some brute force and ignorance. Fortunately they supply the tool - it's the wheel spindle bolt reversed from the wrong side and used as a puller with a big washer inside the swinging arm.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brian UK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Oct 2018 at 13:52
Yes, maybe, but they wouldn't have needed to put in new rubbers.

However, no point in guessing.
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