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Old 11 August 2009, 15:48   #11
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Drill a hole through the shaft & stick a split pin through it on the inside of the washer ? Done this on all sorts of things to stop the same thing - just drill as small as you can get away with.

Or a jubilee clip on the inside avoids drilling...... and stops the washer slipping.
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Old 11 August 2009, 16:08   #12
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Drill a hole through the shaft & stick a split pin through it on the inside of the washer ? Done this on all sorts of things to stop the same thing - just drill as small as you can get away with.

Or a jubilee clip on the inside avoids drilling...... and stops the washer slipping.
Have a cigar mate! Great idea Thanks!
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Old 27 September 2009, 12:08   #13
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jsp, just 2 add 2 blackroady , if you drill t hole like i ve done, make sure you use a stainless split pin or likewise if you use a jubilee,or t problems wont go away for long. i got all my washers and pins from a company called inox. good luck
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