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flatheadrider

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Post Thu Mar 27, 2014 11:23 am

Pan Neck Lock R & R

Can't find anything in my manuals or youtube on R&R a Pan Neck Lock . Going to replace the one somebody yanked out . All help appreciated . Thanks .
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Cotten

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Post Thu Mar 27, 2014 5:55 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Flatheadrider!

I think this has been covered on this forum; does the search function bring anything up?

The forum format will no longer allow me to upload my photos of the pin location.

....Cotten
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flatheadrider

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Post Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:53 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Nothing on search about "How to R&R", just a couple of guys looking for a key . If you got anything (and can't post) I'lb be happy if you sent it to me directly , flatheadrider55@yahoo.com .
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Chris Haynes

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Post Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:16 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

If you get a magnifing glass and look above the lock you may be lucky enough to find the roll pin that holds the lock in. Mark the spot then take the frame to a really great heliarc welder with good eyes. Have them weld a small blob on the end of the roll pin, being very careful to not weld it to the frame. Then grab the blob with vicegrips. Twist gently while pulling on the pin and you may be lucky enough to get it out.
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Cotten

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Post Tue Apr 01, 2014 5:42 am

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Chris!

Do you know what year they went from a screw with the head chiseled off to a roll pin?

Thanks in advance,

....Cotten
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Chris Haynes

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Post Tue Apr 01, 2014 9:24 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Cotten,
I have never seen a screw.
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Cotten

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Post Wed Apr 02, 2014 12:15 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Chris!

It has been a while since I touched any at all, but I encountered more of the soft "pins" than hardened roll-pins.
(Granted, some were Indians...)

My suspicion is that the change-over may have coincided with the stainless cover on the lock core.

.....Cotten
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Pa

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Post Tue Apr 15, 2014 11:57 am

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Cotten wrote:Flatheadrider!

I think this has been covered on this forum; does the search function bring anything up?

The forum format will no longer allow me to upload my photos of the pin location.

....Cotten


All photo options for uploading photos are working properly now.
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Post Tue Apr 15, 2014 12:12 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

Many thanks to Pa and our Host!

Now let's hope traffic picks up on this fine forum.

....Cotten
PS: It still doesn't work on my antique shop PC....
Maybe it will work on my semi-antique PC at home.

It all my own fault for trying to punish an obsolete pile of hardware down the "information highway".
Everybody knows how futile that can be.
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Post Tue Apr 15, 2014 12:31 pm

Re: Pan Neck Lock R & R

I was able to post a pic in my brass cleaning topic, thus eliminating the external link I had posted.

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