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1. Clean the shaft, the interior and outer holes of the bushing, and the inner hole of the hub. Remove any oil, paint or dirt, location the bushing on the hub, and match the 50 percent holes to make full holes (every single entire hole will only be threaded on 1 aspect). Evenly oil the threads and points of set screws or the threads and heads of cap screws. Loosely area the screws in the threaded holes on the hub facet. Make sure the bushing is totally free on the hub. Snap the assembly on to the shaft and position it in the preferred placement. Tighten the screws alternately and evenly till all are tight 5. Hammer the large end of the bushing with a hammer and block or socket to stay away from damage. The screw can now be turned marginally to the specified torque environment. Repeat this alternating hammering and screw retightening until finally the specified torque is arrived at. Fill all holes with grease to take away dust.
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