Myers Motors has the replacement nut. Call Brad Hirsch and he can hook you up.
Brad Parker <bparker172@...
If you havn't removed the big nut yet, I would recommend you don't.
I would remove the weld on the pulley end just enough to get the plate
of and then remove the axle from the other side. You could then
machine the axle to have the plate bolt on. I have done this and been
able to replace the bearings since without issue. I will post
Brads Sparrow 36,000 miles and counting.
--- In email@example.com, elindfors <elindfors@...> wrote:
> Thanks John, I really appreciate all the help. I used your pictures
> them when they get it open. Eino
> >The shop I had do mine, ended up attempting to heat it to get it
> >It melted.
> >Apparently it's made out of a very soft low-temperature alloy.
> >They did find a replacement, but I don't have the notes on where.
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