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' Rutland Hub Bearing Replacement'




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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FITMENT OF REPLACEMENT HUB BEARINGS
For models 910 Standard FM910 FM9103 913 Kit contentsYou require Two Type 6202 Bearings cw rubber seals Loctite 648 Part No 921001
To replace worn hub bearings1 Remove the blades Two screws per blade on Mark I machines and four screws per blade on Mark II machines Remove the side
cover plate 910 series or slide nacelle back 913 and remove wires from the choke and from the rectifier Machines fitted with twin rectifiers remove
wires from the rectifiers Make careful note of which wire goes where for reassembly Slacken the two shaft locknuts and screws and slide the hub out of
the windshaft support casting Remove the six screws joining the hub halves together Insert two of these screws in the back of the hub 910 series or
three screws in the front hub 913 Gradually turn the screws jacking the two hub halves apart Once the hub is apart the stator can be removed The
bearings are pressed onto the shaft and into the hub by Loctite Grade 648 and can be removed with a suitable bearing puller Before replacing the
bearings remove all the loctite deposits from the shaft and bearings This is most important to allow the halves to be joined properly Use Loctite 648
to bond the new bearings onto the shaft and into the hub halves When reassembling it is essential the indents on the mating face of each hub half line
up with each other When the hub is apart care should be taken to ensure that no steel or magnetic particles are picked up by the magnet It is also
essential to make sure that the magnets are clean before reassembly Once assembled allow at least one hour for the Loctite to harden before turning
the shaft Please allow 24 hours before the wind offering hubs towards each other they will be attracted together by a large magnetic force capable
of severely damaging your fingers
Document NoTD101 Issue D

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