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buggsy

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I just picked up SB shaper and i'm taking it apart for clean, inspect, and paint. I was wondering if anyone can tell me how to get at the set screw at the bottom of the rocker arm? I'll have more questions as I go along. Pictures a little later.
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Are you talking about #73 below? If so, that should be about a 3/8 square head. Reach down in there and turn it loose. PIA if there is oil in the bottom.:confused 3:
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buggsy

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shaper.jpg shaper 2.jpg Hi all, Here's a few pics of my shaper before and after. I've been looking for a long time for one of these, finally got one.

Buggsy
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Nice job on the clean up. Did they come in Grey as an "original colour"?

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You could paint it pink and yellow and they still look good . It's the machine not the color.
 
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