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Old 03-29-2011, 09:48 PM   #11 (permalink)
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okay, I've been living in the garage most my life and I've used JB weld for all sorts of things. it's not going to hold a 3/16" rod together, especially since its broken at the threads which are a minor diameter of around .150". too small a face to hold together... not to mention ANY bending will easily snap it apart again.
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Not the best Idea because I don't have the best luck with "mods".
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If I were you I would cut the last inch off the end of your pump handle. Then redrill the guide arm hole and pump arm hole. You will need a new pump arm there isn't much you can do about that.
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okay, I've been living in the garage most my life and I've used JB weld for all sorts of things. it's not going to hold a 3/16" rod together, especially since its broken at the threads which are a minor diameter of around .150". too small a face to hold together... not to mention ANY bending will easily snap it apart again.
So what should I do, should I weld it? Only thing is I don't have the tools.
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If I were you I would cut the last inch off the end of your pump handle. Then redrill the guide arm hole and pump arm hole.
I think if its not the right length it would mess up the where in the arm the bend is and the pump stroke.
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Well it looks like it may be back to semi for me
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Old 03-29-2011, 09:59 PM   #17 (permalink)
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someone should be able to make you one of these rods no problem. if I can find some rod to do it with ill let you know. extracting the broken bit shouldn't be a problem either. whereabouts in canada are you? maybe someone local to you can offer some help repairing it.
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You could always drill the pump handle on the other side of the handle. You would need a new back block then but that would elinmate the need for bending the rod. Another option is to mill of the ram mount.
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I'm in Toronto, Ontario. The only issue with the trilogy pump rod is its bent unlike most pump kits and if you don't get the bend just right it doesn't work out.
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Lol jb welding a pump rod ....
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