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Wight loss tuneing mod for Kcnc Pulley Wheels

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Wight loss tuneing mod for Kcnc Pulley Wheels

Postby aCeMadMods » Fri Apr 24, 2009 10:39 am

once Agian poor test lab Rubber duckie"s have been hard at work this time on rear mech rear Pulley Wheels , i look this for the last few days think how to loss wight without maker it any weaker only thing i came up was to cut from the inside of the wheel , it very ez to do , i found some sockets around the same has the inside bearing and one a bit big for holding the wheel so the bearing would past down into the biger socket i use a vice to pushed bearing it down , to ez then i , use home made cut wheel, for my mini grinder once this was done i made then has or stronger then before useing loctite . yes the wight i never wight the wheels to started after this mod there wight 8 gm each kcnc say the wight 9 gm stock
reprssing the wheel , you have heat then up first i use a heat gun, this make it alot ez to push back the bearings . here my lab pic
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Re: Wight loss tuneing mod for Kcnc Pulley Wheels

Postby Kniprode » Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:49 am

Nice. But don't be shy: take them out of this jelly, then make new photos!
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Re: Wight loss tuneing mod for Kcnc Pulley Wheels

Postby TheRemery2 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:30 am

Macro setting on your camera.....or are you using your cell phone?
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