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<x-flowed> On Oct 9, 2005, at 11:55 PM, Jim Adney wrote:
Might be a possibility if the hole gets too worn out. the problem I had was that there was a position 5 degrees to either side of where I needed it to be for it to be at zero with the power on and it wanted to slip into one of those instead of going where i wanted it. Had I had super glue in there it would have been likely ended up in one of the two wrong positions and then been stuck there. <G>On 9 Oct 2005 at 23:25, John Jaranson wrote:
I sort of wore out the small hole in the needle button and had a bit of a hard time getting the needle to sit in the right orientation in the end assembly. It is OK for now, but I will have to see how long it lasts on the bumpy roads.
Super Glue ;-)
Later, John Jaranson '66 Square (Sophy) '70 Fasty (Jane 2 - Type 3 Lead Sled wannabe) '71 Fasty (Jane -parts car due to rust) various parts.....don't we all. http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jaransonT3/jaransonT3/ http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jaransonT3/2006Invasion/ http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jaransonT3/notavwclub/
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