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08-31-2018, 01:09 PM

Anyone know the Robinson weight both thread?


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08-31-2018, 01:21 PM

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The Uni-Loc brass insert is long enough already.
I simply turned down the pilot of the Uni-Loc to flush to .003" sub-flush of the existing Phenolic collar, then tap using the 5/16x18 tap, and insert a 5/16x18 threaded pin.
I use two 5/16x18 nuts together (like jam nuts) to tighten the pin into the shaft so it stays...therefore, no epoxy or glue is needed.

Be careful with that. Meaning that the screw doesn't loosen and cause damage to both pieces. Also on the same note making the shaft sit lop sided.


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08-31-2018, 01:46 PM

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Be careful with that. Meaning that the screw doesn't loosen and cause damage to both pieces. Also on the same note making the shaft sit lop sided.
It's currently torqued in pretty good, but I will keep an eye on it.
Once the two are joined, I see no cause for concern as I mate my shafts/butt fairly firm.
Again, I will keep an eye on it as I am new to the reverse pin.

Long term, I will most likely epoxy the threaded pin in the shaft; first I need to determine if it will be the dedicated shaft.
After the learning curve a few years ago to LD, I would prefer to stay there but I have several 5/16x18 options.

Do you happen to know the Robinson weight both thread; I can't find my thread gauge anywhere.
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It's currently torqued in pretty good, but I will keep an eye on it.
Once the two are joined, I see no cause for concern as I mate my shafts/butt fairly firm.
Again, I will keep an eye on it as I am new to the reverse pin.

Long term, I will most likely epoxy the threaded pin in the shaft; first I need to determine if it will be the dedicated shaft.
After the learning curve a few years ago to LD, I would prefer to stay there but I have several 5/16x18 options.

Do you happen to know the Robinson weight both thread; I can't find my thread gauge anywhere.
I believe the weight bolt is a 5/16x18.


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08-31-2018, 02:37 PM

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I believe the weight bolt is a 5/16x18.
Well damn....that is easy enough to check; I will use my shaft.


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I believe the weight bolt is a 5/16x18.
You are correct again sir...


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