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57chizler
Posted 2013-12-22 4:44 PM (#417875)
Subject: TF Overrunning Clutch Tool



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I had a graphic image, with dimensions, of the tool for the iron TF rollers but Windows 7 won't show it...anybody got one they can post.
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jimntempe
Posted 2013-12-22 5:53 PM (#417888 - in reply to #417875)
Subject: Re: TF Overrunning Clutch Tool



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post/send the one you have and it can probably be fixed so it will open.
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ttotired
Posted 2013-12-22 6:47 PM (#417894 - in reply to #417875)
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I was trying to think what tool you meant

Got it now

I dont have that tool, but you are talking about the part with those rectangular springs and the rollers (I think)

I had a hard time trying to work out how to put the stupid things in, then it occured to me that they can be pinned back from the undersige of the cup.

I think I used 3/16 pop rivets to hold the rollers back, while I put the armature in

From memory, it took a couple of goes, but it worked

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bbrasse1
Posted 2013-12-22 7:29 PM (#417898 - in reply to #417875)
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Let me know if you find one. I am doing the transmission next. Phil does a lot of transmission work. I wonder if he made one or has one?
Thanks
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Shep
Posted 2013-12-22 8:15 PM (#417902 - in reply to #417898)
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I made one up using the pics a model, used a wood base plate and cut the fingers out of sheet metal, used the sprag retainer as a template.
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Phil_the_frenchie
Posted 2013-12-23 4:14 AM (#417937 - in reply to #417898)
Subject: Re: TF Overrunning Clutch Tool



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bbrasse1 - 2013-12-23 1:29 AM

Let me know if you find one. I am doing the transmission next. Phil does a lot of transmission work. I wonder if he made one or has one?
Thanks

Yes i've one and in metal !!!!! It's a guy who made it but you can use what you want as support. Here are old pics i can made new with extra dimensions (o.d diameter)



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57chizler
Posted 2013-12-23 2:51 PM (#418028 - in reply to #417937)
Subject: Re: TF Overrunning Clutch Tool



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Thanks, Phil. I've got a digital readout on my milling machine that can be programmed to drill multi-hole circle patterns...wanna give it a try one of these days.
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Phil_the_frenchie
Posted 2013-12-23 5:12 PM (#418060 - in reply to #417875)
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ok but let me do better measurements (and pics !!) ... tomorrow !

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57chizler
Posted 2013-12-24 3:24 PM (#418205 - in reply to #418060)
Subject: Re: TF Overrunning Clutch Tool



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OK, I managed to resurrect the engineering drawing I had.



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ttotired
Posted 2013-12-24 4:46 PM (#418226 - in reply to #417875)
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Thats very good

What is the pin leanth and I assume the diameter of the pins are the same as the holes around the outside of the disc?

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jboymechanic
Posted 2014-02-02 12:03 PM (#425481 - in reply to #417875)
Subject: Re: TF Overrunning Clutch Tool



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That's my old drawing, glad it's been put to good use. I just used 3/16 rod I bought at Menards and pressed them into the hub that I made out of a big piece of delron. My pins were about 3.5 inches long and I rounded the heads to prevent any scratching to the sprag rollers.
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jaded13640
Posted 2020-10-26 5:04 PM (#604942 - in reply to #417875)
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Well thanks guys! I think I'm going to try the "nails in a piece of 2x4" method first. It's only gotta work once, if it does I'll keep it and hope it does again IF I ever need it again. I'm not lazy and I've even got a mill, lathe, set up plate etc, but all that stuff out in the building that DOESN'T have heat! LOL, the the wood and nails idea sound like it's worth a try, but I suspect I'll be firing up the mill tonight...in my mittens. Does your typical 3/16 drill bit leave enough meat to hold a piece of 3/16 rod stock?

Thanks,

Wayne

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