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Postby crossbreak » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:55 pm

No, since the stator is fastened on the axle by a key. An option would be to get the key out and do it just as you said. I could not get out the key without probable damage to the stator.

One would have to add a proper bearing between the axle and stator. Guess this is much more work than just cutting the axle and inserting the guide pin. The "outside bearing mod" which i'll do on sunday will be even stiffer and almost wont let the output shaft flex at all.

Of course the stator has to be fixed to the hub, otherwise it would turn. the pictures I will post on sunday will make this clearly visible.
Edited by crossbreak on Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:56 pm.
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Postby crossbreak » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:55 pm

No, since the stator is fastened on the axle by a key. An option would be to get the key out and do it just as you said. I could not get out the key without probable damage to the stator.
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