Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems II by Agranovsky M., et al. (eds.)

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With weight on handles, turn tool clockwise several full turns. 9 . [ ] Pull tool up to check progress of counterreaming or facing. 10. [ ] If counter-reaming only, repeats steps 6–10 until fork-column base is counter-reamed fully at outer perimeter. With bottom bracket and head-tube facing, the only factor determining whether the facing is completed is whether fresh metal has been cut for a full 360°. The nature of the fork-crown race requires that this complete 360° cut be at the outer perimeter of the crown-race seat or it may be ineffective.

Of the inserted portion of the race in this way to determine the appropriate reamer/pilot size. Use the measurement you have just taken to determine both the correct reamer and pilot sizes. Whether you will use a reamer or pilot is determined in step #5. 3. [ ] Look up appropriate reamer/pilot size in REAMER & PILOT SIZES table (4-2) and record correct sizes here: _______mm reamer. _______mm pilot. In the next step calculate whether reaming is necessary. 05mm then the amount of material removed is insignificant).

Use a bastard file to file the cut flush to the face of the screwed race if the hacksaw does not cut flush. 5 To set the proper amount of fork column to be removed; 1. set the depth gauge of the caliper to the desired amount, 2. butt the end of the caliper against the end of the fork column, 3. rotate the adjustable race up the fork column until it butts against the depth gauge, 4. slide the fork-column assembly until the race butts against the fork jig. 7 Angle the hacksaw blade towards the screwed race.

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