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Bottom Pulley..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Mr Shiney » Wed Feb 15, 2017 5:03 pm

Overhauled another bottom pulley. Reground and hardened to take a 34x47x7 seal as opposed to the original 35x47x7. I have done a few now and they are all still running well.

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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by appyarry » Thu Feb 16, 2017 1:12 pm

It looks good. I have no need for one ATM however if I need one in the future are you doing these on an exchange basis?

Keep up the good work :-)
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Mr Shiney » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:11 pm

appyarry wrote:It looks good. I have no need for one ATM however if I need one in the future are you doing these on an exchange basis?

Keep up the good work :-)

Yes I will as long as the damaged one can be taken back to tolerance.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by P.I.STAKER » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:14 pm

good job steve

did you need anymore seals?
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Mr Shiney » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:25 pm

P.I.STAKER wrote:good job steve

did you need anymore seals?

Yes I will do in due course! I will supply each re ground fully with the correct size replacement I think.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Vtrsp1da » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:39 pm

appyarry wrote:It looks good. I have no need for one ATM however if I need one in the future are you doing these on an exchange basis?

Keep up the good work :-)
Looks like Sportax Racing does this too

http://sportaxracing.co.uk/shop/camshaf ... t-253-017/

Well done Steve looks good too
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:54 pm

i'm getting these done by my local engineering co, at a tenner a go , the seals i get from lancashire seals at about nine quid as it's an odd size
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Mr Shiney » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:59 pm

mt bandit wrote:i'm getting these done by my local engineering co, at a tenner a go , the seals i get from lancashire seals at about nine quid as it's an odd size
It's a standard seal and less than a fiver.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 7:11 pm

well still happy with my viton seal and recon pulley for under £20
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Mr Shiney » Thu Feb 16, 2017 7:41 pm

mt bandit wrote:well still happy with my viton seal and recon pulley for under £20
To be fair it's about what I would expect it to be worth as a job. It takes me about 30min to clock it in (has to rotate round correctly) then grind.
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