Re: Kingpin no crank hole

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Posted by Brad on March 17, 2020 at 14:59:50 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Kingpin no crank hole posted by Brad on March 14, 2020 at 23:48:32:

Adding more information to the original post:

Things are getting even stranger, when I went to look at opposite end of the kingpin (that points at the motor) where crank comes through.

Not only was there no hand crank hole in the front of the kingpin (where you insert crank), there was also metal at the back end of the Kingpin as well! What? "When life serves lemons..." :-P

I had figured using proper size bi-metal hole saw & drilling two smaller holes opposite sides, remove connecting metal, finishing hole for crank (through kingpin). Plan's doable on steel plate on kingpin's front, but not so much backside kingpin. Plan A through E has failed; moving on to plan "F" (F-ing project ;-)

Took photo to enlarge for "old eyes" lol of back kingpin, it's difficult to see ... maybe there is a plug in hole, and end's not solid metal?

Prefer avoid removing Kingpin unless necessary. Still struggling with my "obsolete" phone to upload these photos.

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