Re: Pulley

Rebel Moby /
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It is likely bothering the heck out of you that the new pulley is bent.

If it is the entire periphery warped compared to the hub then use a sharpie braced to the frame and while the pulley is turning slowly bring it to contact to the pulley so you have a mark where the pulley deviates. Make a jig from 3/4 plywood with a 100mm hole cut so you can access the hub easily and clamp the rest of the pulley. Use a 1 meter long piece of 16mm hardened shaft to help slightly bend the hub away from the sharpie mark. Just to a little and then recheck the periphery with the sharpie method.

> Carraig Butler Wrote:

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> I might just get a new bearing since that's all that went wrong so

> hopefully, that does the trick.

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