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It has a steel pin in the stationary base and the wheel has a hollow brass "axle" that sits over the steel pin. There is a nylon ball that fits into the a cup at the end of the steel pin.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cross-shaft goes in so that the hole in it lines up with the bolt hole in the carrier. Place one spider gear in contact with the side gears on one side and the other on the opposite side, one at the top, one at the bottom. Rotate the gears into place. before pushing the pin through, put your finger inside each bore and make sure that the spider gear shims are also aligned so the shaft can pass through without interference. then after it's in, align the bolt hole and replace it. Don't forget to put the axle clip back before putting the pin in.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Wow!!! haven't seen or even thought about one of those in years.
Brass is an easily worked material...you may be able to have a local machine shop make them up for you. if you do, you may even be able to have them made from "oilite" a brass material infused with a lubricant often used as shaft bearings on electric motors.
Don't have a good source to offer but what I mentioned may be a good alternative!!
Good luck with it!!
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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