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Collar removial - 12-04-2019, 01:19 PM

I would like to remove the collar from one shaft and replace it with a collar from another shaft that matches the cue, but is unplayable.
Any thoughts or suggestions on collar removal?
  
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12-04-2019, 02:22 PM

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I would like to remove the collar from one shaft and replace it with a collar from another shaft that matches the cue, but is unplayable.
Any thoughts or suggestions on collar removal?
Drill and bore, then part it off.



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12-05-2019, 01:02 PM

You might run into trouble with the OD not matching the new shaft. It's already at whatever finish size for the shaft it's on. How much smaller is the new joint size?

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12-06-2019, 09:00 AM

take the old shaft to the band saw..... saw off 6 inches of the joint end.......... in the lathe ... put a center in the cut off end.......... screw it on a mandrel and chuck it up in the lathe with a live center in the tail stock.............. turn a tenon on the piece right up to the ring or the collar to about .500 in diameter........... drill and bore a hole in a new shaft blank the is a nice tight fit ... about 1 1/2 in deep..... cut the tenon to the proper length...... file a flat on the tenon for glue relief............ epoxy it into the new shaft and hold it tight until the epoxy has set hard......... finish it like a new shaft............ I have done this many times ........... works great and no one will ever know

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12-06-2019, 02:56 PM

The above solution sounds like a good plan although I prefer slower curing epoxy.

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12-06-2019, 04:04 PM

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I would like to remove the collar from one shaft and replace it with a collar from another shaft that matches the cue, but is unplayable.
Any thoughts or suggestions on collar removal?
Shaft with collar that matches cue is trash? Many ways to do this, but have you ever glued ringwork together yourself? Things to note, the tighter the fit the weaker epoxy is for the hold. Threaded on is always better than slip fit.

Measure the shaft collar ODís and IDís. This could make the project simple or hard depending upon collars potentially being threaded on. Hard to give proper advice without all variables known. Need shaft collar diameters, inside and outside, and length. Pictures would help too.
  
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