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Dan you have me soooooooooo confused

June 21 2012 at 7:17 AM

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Response to Chrony speeds and adjustments

I thought I figured out how to adjust, but what your writing is just the opposite of what the OM says to do.
the hammer spring (3/16 hex) will only turn 7-1/4 turns to full cw and the hammer striker(1/8 hex) 12 turns to full cw.

forget saying preload, because both the spring and striker have preload.

if your adjusting with the 1/8 hex your adjusting the striker preload.

if your adjusting with the 3/16 hex your adjusting the spring preload.

now if your adjusting 9-1/2 turns, it can only be the striker preload, which acording to the OM decreases the flow of air, so your choking the air flow.

if your adjusting the spring preload, it only will turn 7-1/2 turns, that I know from doing it, once adjusted full ,the hammer spring guide will only turn till the opened end of the threads and will turn but will not doing anything to the spring.

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20 Striker
21 Pin, Acetal
22 Hammer Pin
23 Hammer
24 Spring, Hammer
25 Guide, Hammer Spring


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this is getting too technical for me, its giving me a migraine. all I want is to get the numbers your getting.

now what are you adjusting to get your numbers, spring or striker?

Buster
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