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07-31-2007 12:16 AM  13 years ago
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JeffM1999

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Another One-Way thread
So, I know this has been posted a bunch, but I have a new question.

After 5 flights on my new 600N basic, the one-way was seized. I found a local supplier of industrial one-ways, and I am going to try one, but I was wondering how you guys are getting the one-way bearing out of the housing? Mine seems to be press-fit in. I don't have a drill press, and I don't want to start hammering... Any suggestions?

Thus far, when the one-way seizes, I have been able to free it up, but it takes a lot of force on the main gear while holding the head. This new supplier's bearings are steel rollers and steel housing. Not sure about the Align bearing materials of construction. It seems like the problems with Align's one-ways maybe stems from inconsistent ID on the bearing or OD on the sleeve, causing more or less slop between the sleeve and bearing. Hopefully these new bearings will be to a tighter tolerance than the stockers. If the problem is variance in the sleeve, than I guess I am still hosed.

Anyways, Cheers!
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07-31-2007 12:32 AM  13 years ago
702nitro

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Based on my experience, when the one way locks up there isn't play between the sleeve and the one-way, but when i manage to free it up there is definite play, and the main gear just wobbles ridiculously.
I'm thinking that the problem stems down to the rollers in the one way, at least thats what I can only come up with at the moment. A nice lube job doesn't seem to do any good, because after a re-lube it still locks up after the first flight.
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07-31-2007 12:40 AM  13 years ago
JeffM1999

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Thanks for the response 702.

Maybe you are on to something. Like if the rollers are too soft. That may cause what we are seeing. Or if the one-way case is too soft or something.

I dunno the answer for sure, but I do know one thing... It sure is damn frustrating!
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07-31-2007 01:43 AM  13 years ago
RonHill

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Mine have had the rollers break out.

How I removed them....I took a small screw driver that was about the same size and knocked it out like the old 450 one way. Worked great the three times I have had to do it.

Let me know if the new one way works.
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07-31-2007 01:56 AM  13 years ago
uragem

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Just replaced mine last night. Piece of cake. Just use two metal sockets - one slightly larger than than outside of bearing and one socket where the outside of the socket is slightly smaller than the outside of bearing. Tap w/ hammer and it will start to move.Indy Jeweler
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07-31-2007 03:23 AM  13 years ago
JeffM1999

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thats kinda what I figured. I, too did that on the 450SE's before I got a one-way removal tool. Guess I will have to do that...
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07-31-2007 03:48 AM  13 years ago
hootowl

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Just get the tool made just for it. I bought one so I know I won't be needing it

Stainless Steel One-way Bearing Removal - T-REX 600
HELI105 11.99
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07-31-2007 05:19 AM  13 years ago
rcmarty

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Isn't that the truth !

I like your thinking .. might get one of those myself .. (seemd easier to buy a tool you won't use vs changing the oneway without it . lol )

Martin
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07-31-2007 03:08 PM  13 years ago
dannyh5

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Use a small and large socket. one socket slightly larger than the housing and the other smaller. puit in a vice and press the bearing out. Sorry, if you don't have a vice hammer it, your replacing the thing anyway.
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