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Output shaft lock-ring orientation?


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They are still available for 2 bucks or so, 23211490120 at your favorite 02 parts supplier.

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It's a use- once thing.

 

The second time, it just falls out again.

 

I've tried reusing them, and it never works.

 

The nut crushes the lock ring, and then a relief in the nut holds the ring

in place by compression.  Once that compression is released, like the magic

smoke, it just doesn't seem to want to rejoin the party.

 

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Well if one is able to lure it out without it noticing what’s going on then one might be able to convince it to play along.

 

reuser

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I notice the output flange has a small groove. (marked in yellow).  The original lock-ring must have required a deformation, that fit into this groove, to hold it in place. 

 

Once installed, I will use a small drift to notch old lock-ring, and see if that works to affix it in place. 

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