View single post by hobokenapp
 Posted: Tue Mar 11th, 2008 02:49 pm
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I can pull it forard so that it hits the front of the machine. maybe 2" displaced at the top of the drum - and push it back so that is hits something at the back, also maybe 2" of displacement.  It's rotating around a point in back of the drum, on the axis.  There's no side to side movement.  Does it still sound like a broken spider?  If so, I'm looking at $60 for parts and $ a lot for labor, right? 

Edit:  I've tried this on a different machine in the building, one with an undamaged spider, and the range of motion was the same.  So I'm discounting a broken spider.  I'm going to be able to open the back up this afternoon, so I'll post again.


Last edited on Tue Mar 11th, 2008 03:48 pm by hobokenapp