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|frank henley||can anyone tell me how the actuator in the 9 inch sheave is suppose to work? My snap ring wore into the cap of piston assembly. thanks
|AJ||I am not too familiar with that loader so this is general,the actuator moves the pulley sides in or out this happens so one pulley will go narrow while the other widens and that changes the ratio as the belt moves in or out of each pulley.
|Lee||Are you saying that the snap ring ruined the slot it sits in? If yes, you are in trouble because the snap ring itself holds the ram guide to the moving half of the pulley.
Can you post a pic of exactly what u r referring to?
I have rebuilt mine but looking at the exploded view I have, I don't quite know what you are referring to..
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