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How do I fix a loose blade.


By loose blade I assume you mean that it can be moved up and down at the tip of the blade. It is most unlikely that the central nut has come loose, but check anyway. If this nut is tight and the shaft is loose in the bearing this means the bearing has worn out. Remove the deck from the machine. Photograph the run of the belt as this has to be removed. Also the direction of the grease nipple. Remove pulley from loose spindle. Turn deck on its edge or mount on two saw horses or similar so you can get to top and bottom of spindle bolts. Remove cutting blade. Remove spindle housing and clean area so no rubbish gets caught when reassembling. Otherwise spindle may be set different and mower will leave a line of differing cut. Take spindle to vise and remove any retaining nuts or circlips from shaft and clean as clean as new. Apply light oil or CRC etc to help move bearing along shaft. Open vise wider that outside of bearing, usually 44 to 50mm [1 3/4" to 2"] and refit nut on thread. Check nut is always spaced free of top bearing. With cushion of hardwood or nylon tap the shaft to move it down with lower bearing coming out of spindle housing. To remove top bearing from housing, turn housing up other way and use a wooden shaft such as a broom handle to tap bearing free of housing. Clean out grease and replace when reassembling. Do not reuse other bearing. They are cheap and likely to fail shortly anyway. These bearings usually have no seals on inside.

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How to remove cv joint in 1999 grandam


Remove the tire . remove the tie rod from the spindle. To get the tie rod out of the spindle take a hammer and hit the part only that is holding the tie rod it will pop loose after a few blows. remove the bracket and caliper, spread the caliper a little so it will let loose of the rotor. remove the rotor. Remove the nut for the cv axle. remove the bolts hold the strut to the spindle. separate the two. You may have to hit the axle end to get it loose from the spindle. Now you have to muscle the axle out of the spindle. turn the spindle and start pushing or pulling the axle out, it's a pain but it will come out. Once you have it out of the spindle you will have to pry it out of the transmission. It is held in by a metal oring that contracts to let it out. For some reason the passenger side always seems harder to get out than the drivers side. But they do come out. When putting in the new one make sure that it is all the way in the transmission. If you have to hit the new one use a block of wood against the threads. You don't want to damage them. This seems to be a lot, but It usually takes about an hour.

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MY ryobi bc30 expandit starts,but the weedeater head is not rotating


The drive may be broke. It travels from the head to the engine. The drive spindle is attached in a hole at the engine and the engine rotates the spindle to rotate the head. The drive spindle must be broke inside the shaft, the engine or the head. If this is the case, a new weedeater will be a better option.

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Broken Dremmel tool spindle stop turning but motor runs


I called Dremmel tech support FOR FREE and they told me what was broken - flex coupling between shaft and spindle. Only Dremmel model 395 type 2 and 3 have these couplings. Mailed out repair kit yesterday.

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Im having trouble put in a ball joint in my 2000 taurus can anyon


The ball joint has pressure on it from the strut,it may be loose in the spindle,and you dont realise this.It takes a large bar,and two people to push it down far enough to remove it from the spindle.If you are sure it has not turned loose of the spindle,the take a big hammer and hit the spindle real hard multiple times near the ball joint,all around the spindle.Do not hit the ball joint itself.just where the ball joint stud goes threw the spindle,not the ball joint stud(don`t hit the stud)This will jar it free,but you will have to use a large pry bar and push down on the spindle control arm.

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I used the shredding blade and now can't get the inside spindle to pop off or the bowl. It will still work if I put the blade in and turn it on. How can I get the spindle and bowl loose?


I posted about this somewhere else. Sounds simple but it worked for me. Give the spindle a good whack with a wooden spoon all the way around and it will come loose.

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Pull cord all the way out, and will not recoil


I started to take mine apart but when i loosened the 4 screws on the yoke the string rewound so ive been running it like that.

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How to change ball joints on 1997 2500 4x4 dodge diesel


Not hard, you'll need a special socket to get the axle nut off and getting the bearing out of the spindle is usually a real chore. Since it sounds like the spindle is already out, you might be able to do it in a press.

To get the ball joints out of the spindle, drive them out with a hammer. If you need to get the ball joint out of the axle, strike the axle next to where the ball joint taper is with a large hammer. That will usually distort the axle material enough (for a split second) to let the tappered section loose.

Dec 17, 2008 | 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 4WD

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