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 Posted: Mon Jun 13th, 2005 02:19 pm
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No, I guess I thought that the transmission was fixed in place.  I'll try that when I get home from work tonight. 

I examined the cam pretty thoroughly and my determination that it wasn't warn was made by virtue of the fact that I could still see the molding marks.  It was well lubricated and not deformed in any dimension.  If I had a new one handy I'd slap the verniers across it and compare directly, but I don't. 

As I progress thru this, I'll try to capture enough photos to let you see how the seal comes apart if I have to go that far.  I removed the whole cabinet from the base bacause I didn't know that just two screws released the front.  It's an advantage in that I can get to everything now. 

I'll rethink the whole thing tonight as I work with it further.  There appear to be no leaks at the top bearing, so I probably won't pull the seal.  I'll concentrate on the brake and thrust assembly.

Again, let me express my sincere appreciation for your assistance!!!

KCMan