the actual starter bar the t part from bottoms gone?

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Old 10-13-2013, 10:59 AM
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Default the actual starter bar the t part from bottoms gone?

when i tryed to spin up my raven 50 it span freely i inspected and noticed at bottom theres a bar that gos across and engages the drive when you spin the starter well its gone?
can i buy a new piece or is it a new starter shaft? cheers peeps x
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Old 10-13-2013, 05:45 PM
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yes i see that. it is a hardened pin that goes across. i guess you could get a new one but all you need is the pin the right length. it should have been locktited in the hole and should fit tight. find a pin or drill the same size and use a dremal cut off wheel to cut the shank end of the drill the right length. lock tite it in the hole, but make sure it is tight fit too. it won't come out................RON.
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:31 AM
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If you look at the bottom of the shaft you will see a threaded hole. This is for an allen screw that secures the cross pin in place. Unscrew this allen screw to free up the pin. Knock out the broken pin and replace with one that is 3mm in diameter and 24mm long.

Or just order the HW3005A1 shaft. They cost only $6.95.
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Old 10-15-2013, 04:56 AM
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sorry i told you there wasn't an allen screw at the bottom. i didn't know that. i have only had my hawk for two weeks and don.t know everything about it yet. anyway you get the idea. if you can find a piece of piano wire that will fit that can work. even a tad smaller won't hurt if you can lock it with the set screw. i learned something also i didn't know. ..........thanks. the tail gears are set up the same way . they have a small set screw holding the pins in place that go through the gears........................RON
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