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Old 11-20-2012, 06:15 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by CycleDoc59 View Post
I expect the fit of the inner bushing within the outer is very close, so
as to not have play or looseness. You say the two fit together ok before
installation of the outer bushing..? Then perhaps the pressing procedure
upset the edge of the outer bushing a bit. It would take very little to do so.
So, look carefully at the outer bushing edges(s), and remove any imperfections....
Thanks for the reply. Pressing didn't mess up the edges though. The rims of the outer bushings have a ~0.5mm chamfer, and it isn't deformed or damaged or nicked all the way around, either on the inside or outside edge of the chamfer.

It's like the outer bushings are either squished in 0.001", or are slightly ovalized.

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