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    Post Drill

    I recused this post drill, and thought I would clean it up a bit.

    Who made “The Globe” post drills?

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    I gave her a citric acid bath for a couple days and with a bit of gentle persuasion I managed to get most of the parts off.

    Can any one help me out on how do I gets these parts off?

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    There appears to be a key holding this gear on, how would I knock it out?

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    @Walter Hall is your man on tool restoration, he has done some fantastic resto's on what I would call skip fodder...... I wonder if he could do anything for me??

     
     
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    Hard to say without actually handling it. Gears with key ways are usually a friction fit and need a gear puller to remove them.

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by flexi View Post
    I wonder if he could do anything for me??
    If I ever manage to get myself working properly again I will send you some ideas.

     
     
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    It's a bit bigger than the one I sent you Walter
    I only open my mouth...to change feet...
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    May I suggest the first step is to take shares out in WD40
    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    A little heat might help and a bl..dy great hammer.....
    Seriously, a little heat from a blowlamp should help and loosen a few bits. I have done this before and it worked but can't say that it would work in this instance.

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