There has to be a bearing with it's outer race attached to the hub you pulled the stator off of. The hub and the sun gear are probably made from the same piece. The inner race of the bearing is on the axle. The stator carrier (aluminum piece with holes in it) is keyed and pressed onto the axle. If you press the axle from the side that you can see the key (the opposite side in your last picture) and support the stator carrier on the side shown in your last picture, it should come out of the stator carrier and have the bearing and hub still on the axle. There is also the possibility that the bearing inner race is around a tube attached to the hub and sun gear and the outer race is supported by the stator carrier. If it is you would press from the side in you picture and the axle would come out, leaving the sun gear, hub and stator carrier together. This is the best I can deduce from the pictures thus far. I only have experience disassembling a MAC
. I think the motor crossbreak
is using is more like yours than a MAC
. After proof reading this I think the second method might be the best to try first if you don't get any information from crossbreak
. You may be able to move the axle with a soft face mallet,just be sure to support only the stator carrier.
I think it is worth a try to press the rotor back on the hub. Just get it straight and use Red Locktite on it. I would help if you could put it in a Lathe or between V-blocks to track it straight.
The picture that fecther
posted tonight with the note about the circlip is of my MAC
motor. The bearing is between the sun gear built on the hollow tube and the stator carrier. You take the clip off and the only thing holding the stator is the magnets. The sungear/hub/tube is a slip fit to the bearing inner race. If you connected the wires , controller, battery and held the motor up by the hollow shaft, you could run it in your hand. This is why I think a MAC
may be easier to convert than some others.
In a few days I am going to try to start a topic about MAC
motor conversions and try to leave this thread to deal with bafang
or similar motors. It is becoming confusing to follow
I'm not building an Electric Bicycle because I want to save the World. I just don't like to pedal!
BTW I'm also disappointed in the "Myans Calendar" just "Sloppy Workmanship"