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    Chine Walker
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    does anyone remember the install steps for the RPM couplers?

    Hello:
    I'm trying to get the coupler to fit in between the PV shafts, but no matter what side I start it won't side over..the opposite end (shaft). Does anyone remember the install sequence?? These are the spring loaded ones that I believe Isanediegojoe sold a while back..

    Regards,
    jp


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    you have to remove the small silver end caps and slide them on first. Then shove the spring loaded side on abd drop back onto the other shaft

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    Chine Walker
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    Bill:

    I have the caps off & on the shaft, but not sure why the "cut-out" side doesn't go in enough so I can slip over the short shaft side??

    jp

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