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Steering Arm routine bring up
#1
Ths topic is of such vital importance to Seven owners it needs t be regularly brought to attention for newcomers, and must appear in the Search function. 

The topic is very well covered under its own heading on David Cochrane’s site.
Note that cracks also occur at the shoulder flange (which is basically the same on replacement arms.) Arms must seat firmly on the left and right edges of the flange and not primarily the middle, and be firmly tensioned.

I dunno what has happened to the Forum. There has not been a dud dynamo, knocking torque tube, wayward front axle, or muddled brake levers for weeks.
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(16-12-2017, 10:40 AM)Bob Culver Wrote: I dunno what has happened to the Forum. There has not been a dud dynamo, knocking torque tube, wayward front axle, or muddled brake levers for weeks.

It's too cold.
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#3
Positively balmy up here - a mild -7c...

   

Spanners stuck to my gloves at 7am and now having to warm up the Loctite before it will come out the bottle!

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(16-12-2017, 11:16 AM)Ruairidh Dunford Wrote: Positively balmy up here - a mild -7c...



Spanners stuck to my gloves at 7am and now having to warm up the Loctite before it will come out the bottle!

Out of the bottle,,, the best place for many liquids at this time of year.   A Merry Christmas to you all,  Hic.
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#5
Hi R,

Loving the (3) brush heads Big Grin

They all look well kept. Big Grin

Tony.
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#6
Brilliant!
Black Art Enthusiast 
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#7
The top one is ordinary day wear, the large one I wear on Sundays whilst riding my Penny Farthing.

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#8
The bottom one must be for the cold wheather then.

Mind you, looking forward to tomorrow's pic of you wearing the large one on your penny farthing. Wink

Tony.
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#9
The lower broom is even larger than that used by Mrs McKay whilst clearing the Cockbridge to Tomintoul road of snow. Truly impressive!
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#10
I was a student of hers - lovely lady.

No photos on a Sunday Tony.

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