Everyone who knows yo-yos know there are several ways to yo; two of those ways use 1) a fixed axle or 2) a transaxle. The Yomega Gamma Brain Wing has both, with a gear that switches between the two. The fixed axle keeps in place so that the yo-yo goes right back to your hand; the transaxle is for "Sleeping" which spins the yo-yo at the bottom until the string is tugged by the user. My Wing will not sleep whn the gear's on that function, and makes a strange sound with the other. I have now taken apart the Wing, and I think the axle has gone too far in and has possibly damaged the yo-yo. I am lost as to what to do to fix it.
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On both screws, turn them in just until they seat, not tight. Back them out one full turn. Start the motor and let it run until it gets up to temperature. If it won't start or stay running, turn the L screw out another 1/2 turn. With the motor idling, turn the L screw in just until you hear the motor tone change then back it out until it smoothes out and keep going until the motor tone changes or starte running rough. Turn it back in half way between these two points. With a blade on the saw, hold the throttle at about 1/2 to 3/4 full and adjust the H screw using the same method.
Before you remove or try to adjust your low and high speed jets you should always count the number of turns to lightly bottom the adjusting screws. Be sure to write the number of turns down on a piece of paper so you will know when you go to replace them. Normally you adjust your idle jet to 1/2-3/4 turn open from the bottom seated position to start with...you re-adjust when the engine is warm turning the screw in or out till the engine runs smoothly. The high speed jet is normally adjusted to 1 1/2- 1 3/4 open from the bottom seated positon, then re-adjusted to run smoothly when running at high speed by turning the screw in or out.
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Yes,it is a self contained bearing and seal together,that is off set,the bearing runs on a different part of the axle,and the seal,this way there is no leak,and the bearing rides on a smooth part of the axle,will save money,napa has the part real cheap too,ask for a pgb bearing,it is a power glide brand,I think it is like 15.00 dollars or less
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Loosen lugs, and spindle nut on axle. Jack up vehicle. Remove tire. Remove brake caliper, pads, bracket, and rotor, secure caliper away from work area. Pull abs sensor connector from tire well, disconnect connector. Remove abs wire from tire well and brake bracket. Remove tie rod from spindle assembly. Remove pinch bolt form lower ball joint. remove nuts from strut bolts. To remove the spindle: 1. Separate ball joint and pull strut bolts 2. pull bolts and pull off ball joint. the second way may not work SAFELY on some vehicles. The axle is removed by two nuts on the intermediate shaft bearing. Pull out axle. Remove alternator and bracket.
Here is the tricky part: the alternator comes out through the hole where the axle was. I found that jacking the front of the motor up helps and position the alternator pulley up, two bolt holes out, fight it from there, careful not to stick the studs from the axle bearing into the case. May take a LITTLE prying. Once you get it it will just drop