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Vintage RC10 3 months 1 week ago #54939

I will print. This picture and stamp it upper my desk at work Andy.

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Vintage RC10 3 months 1 week ago #54943

Hey again,
Very funny Andy, got to print that out for work...:)

As for you pins, they might be a bit twisted or someone used loc-tite perhaps, What I would do is open up my bench vice just enough to let the pin into the jaw but still support the axle shaft, do the right out at the edge, you do not want to support it on the nylon part just the metal axle, then use a punch and a hammer to knock/ tap the pin into the vice jaw. Get a helper to hold the piece against the vice jaw or tape it in place if you have no friends....like me :(
But seriously, the pin should move and just keep pushing it out, don't loose it when it falls either.....ask me how I know ;)
From somewhere out in the wilds of central Ontario.
.......you build what you like, I will build what I like........it's all cool......
 
 
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Vintage RC10 3 months 1 week ago #54945

Maybe in boiling water like the Andy method to unglue tires on rimes. ;)
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Vintage RC10 3 months 1 week ago #54947

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lol... Andy, I've already tried that method.

Thank you OldWilly, I will give that a try tomorrow. I don't have any mates either, so tape it is lol.

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