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Old 11-05-2006, 05:03 PM   #11
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I think it'* gm gasket maker, but the link for the m-90 (you're m-62 of but I would think it'* the same application) nosedrive rebuild says locktite #510.
http://www.williamwren.com/Bonnevill...umba/img85.htm

This is willwren'* post: http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=49213

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This is the MAXIMUM amount to use on the nosedrive side. Use a bead HALF as wide on the rotor side
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Old 11-06-2006, 02:53 AM   #12
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Thanks, just a detail I missed, had all the parts but the 510.
Had to order it, nobody stocked it let alone heard of it.
By the way very nice picture, I took some myself but still trying to figure out how to post them.
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If I may ask, where abouts are you located in Ontario toolmaker?
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There are a couple of members, I believe one in Mississauga and another in Hamilton, that need a coupler change. Just a suggestion, depending on whether you can wait, maybe you could all get together some time during the summer and combine efforts. If I'm avaiable, I'd be willing to help.

Hopefully the members that I'm talking about can chime in a give us there thoughts.
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I can't wait I already have it apart.
I might have a problem with the new coupler, I went to put it on but its really tight, I can only start it by hand I would have to hammer it on the rest of the way.
This can't be right, anyone else have this problem?
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Ensure that the coupler is aiming the right way. The pins go into the coupler at the beveled edge. Three beveled holes per side. If that makes sense.

Also ensure the pins on the SC housing are lined up.
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Pre-lube the holes in the coupler with SC oil.
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Will, what type of grease can I use for needle bearings, I was thinking on using high temp wheel grease.
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I cleaned the rotors with brake cleaner they came up nice but it took some time, you can still see the epoxy coating. There is some light scoring on them but not that bad, the housing has deeper scoring. Almost ready to put her back together.
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