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    good morning-would anyone here be able to give some advice on the disassembly of the vari drive on the spindle of a shizouka-will definitely post a couple of pics,but starting here... ANY advice is welcome--the problem is to'split 'the sheaves off the shaft-there are plastic locks that i've broken to see what is there -there is a setscrew that moves but can't come out or go in deep enough to allow the pieces to slide apart...and thats about all i know so far!-thank you,pat
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    just ck'ing to see if any re's

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    have you tried to remove the small socket head cap screws in that black coupling?. I believe if you can get that to separate, there may be 1 or 2 set screws keeping the hub from coming off. then your shives slide out.

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    Spray it with Kroil or WD 40, maybe acetone. I bought a double head drill press at auction with a tag that said (FROZEN DRIVES, DISPOSE). That is what I did as the drives were frozen because they were never moved to change speed. Once the solvent loosened them up all was OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoss710 View Post
    have you tried to remove the small socket head cap screws in that black coupling?. I believe if you can get that to separate, there may be 1 or 2 set screws keeping the hub from coming off. then your shives slide out.
    well,i think we are both talking about the allen set screw in the sliding sheave-and it moves,but won't go in or out completely!!


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