Re: [CR]cottered cranks question


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Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 09:25:09 -0500
From: Jim Foreman <JIMFORE@compuserve.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]cottered cranks question
To: "Roy H. Drinkwater" <roydrink@mac.com>
Cc: "[unknown]" <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>, "[unknown]" <bob.reid1@virgin.net>, "[unknown]" <RALEIGH531@aol.com>


Message text written by "Roy H. Drinkwater"
> "Remember, the nut on a cottered crank is not (not highlighted) intended to pull the pin up tight; the pin must be hammered back in."

"Turn the cotter...smack it firmly down into the wedge"<

During my way-back-when days, I was a Triumph motorcycle dealer. The Triumph used a cotter in the kick starter and we found that because of the difficulty in getting them reseated properly, the logical thing to do any time a cotter pin was removed was to go back in with a new one. They only cost about a quarter in those days.

Jim

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