The set square shows the mis-alignment to the drill bit and the blue arrow shows that the table is tilting compared to the casting.
This picture just shows the bottom of the table. Any ideas how I can correct this.
Thanks in advance.
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Magna got another one. We have all done that once. It is just un-intuitive the correct way for some reason.JPG wrote:Rear trunion pivot upside down.
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Don't feel bad for putting the rear trunnion on upside down. We recently had that discussion in another thread and I had to admit I had done it again with my 20th Model 10 restoration just days before. Just putting it back together on auto pilot I guess. It really seems like it should go on the way you did it but no.
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