RE: [DML] Re: WANTED: Angle Drive
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RE: [DML] Re: WANTED: Angle Drive

It is possible you have a cable length issue.  When
you hook the drill up, the plastic cap was not on..

Was the angle drive installed in the hub?  or just
hanging loose?

Maybe your angle drive is mounted slightly closer
(tighter) to the hub, making the cable stick out the
other end too far.

You could try making a spacer to put between the angle
drive and hub.

--- Videobob Moseley <videobob@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Elvis, I know it seems that way.
> However, the last few to break failed right out of
> the driveway.
> Zero miles.
> I installed a new angle drive, backed out of the
> driveway, and it broke.
> I explained that I used a high speed drill and
> attached it to the lower cable and ran it
> at full speed in both directions and it worked fine
> and smooth with no kinks or snags.
> It ran smoothly without any resistance.
> The angle drive however was locked up and would not
> spin.
> So you tell me dude, what could the problem be?
> - VB

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