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kicker quadrant
« on: 27.09. 2018 23:15 »
can't remember if I've seen it on here or elsewhere, whichever I can't find it *dunno* so what is the reason for the flat teeth on some quadrants and pointy ones on others. I found some with pointy and flat whilst ratting about but all my ratchet teeth are pointy, I am sure some of you wise ones will know.{ please don't say wear or I will be forced to go to the PUB *countdown*} I am  *conf2*

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #1 on: 27.09. 2018 23:32 »
 
 Dunno where you looked, but am also sure it's here somewhere, and I may be wrong, but I think the wares with pointies are early ones and the wares with flats are later.... *dunno*

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #2 on: 27.09. 2018 23:43 »
And if I remember right,  dont mix them together because they dont get along.

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #3 on: 28.09. 2018 00:04 »
 *shh* *bash* *sarcastic* *help* dutch were I to be a spellist I wood get things rite *roll* , so is their a flat topt ratchet that currysponds with the flat topt cwadrent ??? coater87 you luck to ceriuss in yor kluch kasseing *whistle*

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #4 on: 28.09. 2018 00:07 »
ime gunna gess its the other way rownd dutch flat earli and pointing laty *conf* *eek* ;)

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #5 on: 28.09. 2018 02:56 »
Berger,

Goe hear: luhk at thuh stu55flash poast. They'res prahblie two mutch of mee in thuh thred, butt itz uh gud goink opher uv thuh phlattop teef.

https://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=3220.msg22055#msg22055

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #6 on: 28.09. 2018 05:55 »

 regreb- et this our, ayed saye ewe bin ette tha pub.... *smile*
 Two bee honest eye think eye've a mickstyure that seems two werk, but forget witch whey *dunno*.... mybay th pic will icksplane
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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #7 on: 28.09. 2018 09:22 »
Please stop!

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #8 on: 28.09. 2018 09:27 »
I think the change came with the adoption of a one piece quadrant/shaft  and different ratchet pinion in 1955.

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #9 on: 28.09. 2018 09:57 »

 Yeahbut- Julian, I'm aware I may be somewhat dyslexic, but unless we have a box apart to look at, that chart doesn't much explain which came first...chicken or egg/pointy or flat...?. *conf2* *dunno*
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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #10 on: 28.09. 2018 10:34 »
The one piece item with pointed teeth in photo. No splines.

Dont know the difference in the pinions

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #11 on: 28.09. 2018 13:17 »
I am going to the pub *countdown*, there is also a two piece variation with pointy teeth, I found an assortment in a box but could not find a flat tooth ratchet to match the flat tooth quadrants only pointy this is what confused me  *sad*. I am happy now that the flat tooth must match with the flat tooth ratchet pinion as in  the photo  *thanks* *good3* greybeard sorry about that was it doing your head in *bash* oooops looks like all the ratchet pinions are the SAME part number

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #12 on: 28.09. 2018 14:38 »
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dont mix them together because they dont get along.

don't get along to the point that they jam, (now how would I know that  ;))
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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #13 on: 28.09. 2018 19:10 »
Which ever you fit they should be pointy teeth quadrant to pointy teeth pawl, or flat teeth quadrant to flat teeth pawl. Job sorted.

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Re: kicker quadrant
« Reply #14 on: 15.02. 2019 21:00 »
When opening my gearbox on a 1955 Golden Flash plunger my quadrant and pinion is of same model as in duTch picture.
(quadrant flat tooth and pinion pointy tooth)

Been told that the flat type quadrant was used on plunger and pointy ones on swing arm.
Got a new pointy tooth pinion (67-3168) and will see tomorrow if it works.