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    Shimming Sc

    I'm trying to set up my rude charger. It slips at 6.1 lb I added 1 shim and it slipped at 7.4 lb. So I added one more at it slipped at 18.6 lb. Is there something i can do to get it at around 10 or 11.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamirider View Post
    I'm trying to set up my rude charger. It slips at 6.1 lb I added 1 shim and it slipped at 7.4 lb. So I added one more at it slipped at 18.6 lb. Is there something i can do to get it at around 10 or 11.
    Thanks
    Change the spring washers or change the gear.

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    You can also take out the 'cup' (the part right after the bolt) and lightly sand that (150 grit on a very flat surface and go easy), reassemble, check slip, sand lightly, reassemble, check slip, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamirider View Post
    I'm trying to set up my rude charger. It slips at 6.1 lb I added 1 shim and it slipped at 7.4 lb. So I added one more at it slipped at 18.6 lb. Is there something i can do to get it at around 10 or 11.
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    18 will work if your very carefull the first 15 minutes. It will settle in about 12 ft lbs after 2-3 hours.

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    I'd found out that it is always good to set the slip moment a little higher than normal so when everything settles it goes to specs after few hours of abuse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamirider View Post
    Is there something i can do to get it at around 10 or 11.
    Thanks
    Yes, take the L-ring spacer (the thing that goes on just before the nut) and rub it back and forth on some emery paper or sand paper. Just enough to take .001 or so out of it.

    Put it on, torque the nut and check the slip. Repeat as necessary.

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    Thanks everyone for your help. Im gonna try that out today

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    Hey miamirider did you get my PM last night... ... you never answered back!!!

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