• 10 - all parts layed out in order: As I cleaned them, I layed them out in order of re-assembly. Notice the tiny little springs that are next to each 'pawl'. When you reassemble these put a drop of oil on each side of the pawls after you re-assemble them.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 02:07 PM EDT
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  • 9 - all the parts in the bucket: I put about two inches of solvent in the bucket I used. I used the brush to clean all the parts of old grease.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:48 PM EDT
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  • 8 - after all parts removed: Wipe up the excess grease from the last time this was serviced.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:49 PM EDT
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  • 7 - lift out the pin and gears:
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:40 PM EDT
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  • 6 - pin holding the gears. Remove the pins and then the gears. The gears come out as units of two each. The gear with the 'pawls' fits into the larger gear. Place these in the cleaning bucket before you separate them. The tiny springs that assist the pawl
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:40 PM EDT
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  • 5 - after removal of the bearings: There are two sets of gears that are held in by pins.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:37 PM EDT
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  • 4 - lift off the drum: Lift the drum slowly. The bearings that are on the shaft sometimes stick in the drum.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:33 PM EDT
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  • 3 - remove the collet pins: They must be removed to lift off the winch peen drum. When you replace the drum, these must be removed or the drum will not fit flush.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:31 PM EDT
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  • 2 - remove the feeder arm: Lift the feeder arm off the shaft.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:25 PM EDT
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  • 1 - remove the cap: Use a screwdriver and a cloth to prevent scratching. Place the cloth over the cap, tap the notch on the cap with a flathead screwdriver, and unscrew the cap.
    Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 01:25 PM EDT
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This is an early shot of our connector zipped in. I had just finished making it when this was taken, and still had some adjustments to make which take out the wrinkles. I'm adding twistlocks or snaps to go around the top edge of the bimini/connector t
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