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    Was looking at the sheave again noticed the wear on ramps leading to the buttons. The new buttons should take all the force from the helix and this damage won't effect wear on the new ones? Ordered a new helix because of the troughs the screw heads wore into it. Second pic of the broken screw problem child. Thanks!
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    Ordered parts 0n 5/19/19 and just got shipped this evening. WTF?
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    Departed Santa Clarita today at 5 PM. 5 days after the charge. Probably saved 30 bucks, but missed some rides.
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    Some vendors are just really slow. I ordered some wood stove cement 5 days ago and was notified it was just shipped yesterday and won't be here until the first week of June. Most be coming Pony Express. It really doesn't matter, burning season is over here and I already did my chimney sweep work and only need to seal up a couple of places on the stove that are easy to access. I saved a couple bucks on the cement buying it from this place but could ahve had it 3 days ago if I spend $3 more and got it from Amazon.

    I've come to expect USPS shipping problems where I live. USPS doesn't deliver to my house but to my rural box a mile down the road. If it doesn't fit in the box I get a notice and have to go to the Post Office to pick it up and if I get the notice on a Saturday I can't get my stuff until Monday. UPS is good but Fed Ex, not so much. They don't seem to be able to even find my house about 50% of the time.

    As time goes on and more young irresponsible millineal workers enter the "work" force I only expect it to get worse.
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    Wish I would have known about the stove cement. I used to refurbish a couple pellet stoves a year to pay for my fuel as well as get stock photos for when I moderated the pellet forum. Could have had couple tubes for free. Just finished doing a gas stove refurb-refinish for my folks as they are no longer humping wood or corn fuels. Nice little Harman with lots of gold trim. Still having to heat here but corn finally is emerging
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    Quote Originally Posted by summermn View Post
    Wish I would have known about the stove cement. I used to refurbish a couple pellet stoves a year to pay for my fuel as well as get stock photos for when I moderated the pellet forum. Could have had couple tubes for free. Just finished doing a gas stove refurb-refinish for my folks as they are no longer humping wood or corn fuels. Nice little Harman with lots of gold trim. Still having to heat here but corn finally is emerging
    That is a very kind offer. What I paid for the stove cement with free shipping is probably about what it would have cost to have you ship some to me. I do appreciate the sentiment though. Very thoughtful!

    We're in the low 80's here in the mountains at 3700 feet. Down in nearby Candler it's about 5 or 6 degrees warmer and farmers are harvesting their first hay of the year. I saw tomato fields being prepared the other day as well, plowed, stakes in the furrows. Lots of other farming activity as well. Meanwhile I have to weed eat the slopes around the house every couple of weeks becasue things are growing like it was summer. We had above average rain this past winter and I guess the results are showing up now.
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    Finally got parts in today. Success with the broken screw. Used a pointed punch to get the drill centered. Probably ground more than drilled with the cheap china made bit. Took 10 mins. total to get around 3/16 deep. Ez out grabbed well. Pics included so I don't need to type much more. The screw soaked in pb blaster for two weeks while waiting on parts. Kicking myself for saving $30 and not riding for that long. Anyway here are pics. Right at 400 hours on this setup. Probably needed rebuild at 350 or so. Put old button in second pic. Thanks again for the replies!
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    Good deal! Did you happen to check the primary weights for slopp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ View Post
    Good deal! Did you happen to check the primary weights for slopp?
    Was trying to avoid that. lol. Do I have to remove it to check? As it sits I don't see or feel any slop. I suppose the spring pressure has to be released to tell?
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    Nope. But you do have to remove the cover and spring to take the pressure off the weights and rollers. Just six bolts. Not much pressure on the spring at all.
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