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Posted: 10/31/2003 6:16:28 AM EDT
What size pin punch do I need for the ejector roll pin?

And why do they use a roll pin instead of a solid pin?
Link Posted: 10/31/2003 6:25:08 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/31/2003 6:59:31 AM EDT by DarkStar]
Compress the ejector and ejector spring with a 3/8" punch, start the ejector roll pin with a hammer then use a 1/16" punch to set the pin flush... I'm sure there is a good reason for a roll pin instead of a solid pin, but I can't offhand tell you why... maybe Tweak will wander in and let us both know! edited to add: Now that I'm thinking about it, a roll pin will compress as it is installed making it much less likely to walk out, hanging up the works...
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