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Old 03-29-2002, 03:04 PM #1
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My ?&/$$/ hammer won't move!

I've spend the last 2 hours trying to remove my hammer from the hammer rod, but it seems it doesn't want to move...

I heated the hammer a lot, used a rubber glove to get a better grip on the hammer, asked someone else to hold the hex wrench while I was trying to unscrew and despite all my efforts, the hammer did not moved at all.

Do you have any other idea of what I could do? I tried to turn counter-clockwise to unscrew, is it the right way?
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Old 03-29-2002, 03:16 PM #2
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take a long alen wrench insert into the hammer rods slot the onther end of the allen wrench in a vice, you can heat it up a bit if you want then take somthing to get a good grip on the hammer. I have found a deflated ballon around the hammer allows you to twist it off quite easily.
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Old 03-29-2002, 04:27 PM #3
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I just finished trying it, but unfortunatly it did not worked. The more I heat the hammer, the less grip I have...
I think I will need to buy a strap wrench, but I don't want to spend 15$ on something that I will only use one time.
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Old 03-29-2002, 04:57 PM #4
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i used an old brass eagle rubber mask and had a clamp wrench over it to grip the hammer and used plyers to turn the allen wrench.
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Old 03-29-2002, 04:59 PM #5
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Get a couple of 2x2 peices of wood, notch v's into the peices. Place the hammer between the v's and tighten it in a vise. Grip the allen wrench with a vise grip and turn hard. Soak the hammer in boiling water to heat, and have someone pour the water on the hammer as you turn also. Be carefull you don't strip the allen head part of the hammer out! Search the forum for my post Smooth hammer action!!!!!! read through all the posts there are some good tips in there.
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Old 03-29-2002, 06:51 PM #6
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Yeah, I read all the thread.
Did you figured out what was the teflon o-ring size needed?
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Old 03-29-2002, 06:59 PM #7
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I read on another post .009 and .010 and that SP has them. Haven't checked it out for myself yet though.
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Old 03-29-2002, 11:14 PM #8
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.009 and .010 is metric right?
And sp have teflon o-rings??
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Old 03-29-2002, 11:20 PM #9
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By the way, I finally managed to remove my hammer by holding it between two pieces of wood in a vice. Thanks guys.
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Old 03-29-2002, 11:24 PM #10
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Ya thats what someone posted. The size is supose to be SP numbers, they said they were like $1.00 +$1.15? PM me if you find out for sure I'd appreciate it.
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yeah stop being a ***** and just tear the damn thing out
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I believe the o-ring that the shaft rides in is 009, and the one on the end of the shaft where you use the allen wrench to loosen it is 010. 009 is a buck each and 010 is 1.15. I had emailed small parts on Feb 25 about this when I smoothed out my hammer assembly. Hope this helps.
Sp means small parts here, not smart parts... pretty confusing
And I still don't know what this size means...
On another post, I foud that someone ordered 3/8 and 11/32" o-rings. But is it the inner or the outter diameter???

If anyone placed an order from small parts, could you give me the number (ex: bort-010) of the orings you ordered to replace oring #45 and #46 in the hammer assembly?
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Old 03-29-2002, 11:59 PM #13
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I think I finally figured out what 009 and 010 means... it's the number of the orings in small parts catalog. But the price is not right...
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my bad, I meant allorings.com
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