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Replacement output shaft for rimfire

Old 12-09-2006, 11:09 AM
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Default Replacement output shaft for rimfire

My BYP Yak had a little mishap ( nothing that a roll of tape and lots of CA won't fix ) and now I need to replace the output shaft in my rimfire 22/1000. Anyone know if this part is available or should I scrap the motor and purchase something else like a Park 400 or Axi ?

Old 12-13-2006, 12:16 PM
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Default RE: Replacement output shaft for rimfire

I had a similar "incident"[:@] It is a 3mm shaft. I used a guide rail from the inside of a cd rom drive( Most that I've seen are 3mm, and there hardened ) and just cut it to length. Mine is a rimfire 28-30-1250 and has a collar on the back with a set screw and has the two screws on the front so I didn't need the c clip. Works great and it's a cheap fix.

Hope it works for you.

I you still insist on trashing the thing, you could allways send it to me.


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