[Healeys] 100 rocker shaft question
bspidell at comcast.net
Sat Feb 27 20:51:27 MST 2021
Hah. I was going to suggest you send it to rockerarms.com, but figured
shipping would be prohibitive.
BTW, when did rockerarms rebuild your shaft? There's been at least one
change of ownership and a name change, I think, and responses have been
spotty. They did my BJ8's shaft many years ago, and it's held up well.
On 2/27/2021 7:44 PM, Alan Seigrist via Healeys wrote:
> All -
> Okay I got alot of great feedback, thank you. Took the rocker off and
> the pedestals slide around. Was a bit confused at first because this
> is for my A90, and I have a spare a90 rocker from 1949 which is
> different, and on that one the rocker pedestals are an interference
> fit (the rocker arms and pushrods on an early A90 are really cool, but
> complicated... they eliminate tappet noise but are too fiddly and
> But my A90 actually has a later motor which is the same as a 100, and
> I have a rebuilt rocker on it from rockerarms.com
> It seems the two inner pedestals are free floating, and the two outer
> pedestals have a slight interference - I think the interference fit is
> to hold the shaft in placeso that the banjo bolt will go in the hole
> on the shaft. I can remove the outer pedestals off with a slight
> tapping with a rubber mallot.
> Anyway, hope that helps.
> On Sun, Feb 28, 2021 at 8:18 AM Alan Seigrist <healey.nut at gmail.com
> <mailto:healey.nut at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Looks to me I have to heat them up - will they slide on or do I
> hammer them on when hot?
> On Sun, Feb 28, 2021 at 8:04 AM Alan Seigrist
> <healey.nut at gmail.com <mailto:healey.nut at gmail.com>> wrote:
> All -
> either me or a previous mechanic bunged up the banjo bolt hole
> on my rocker shaft. either way I have to replace the pedestal.
> Is there an easy way to remove the pedestals from the rocker
> shaft so I can replace the broken one?
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