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Simplicity Sno Away 10-Chute handle gear

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So im having trouble replacing the chute handle universal gear on my simplicity..i dont have any pics yet, but on the rod that goes from the chute turning thing (yeah..i know) to the 2 universal gears will not come off....the one that goes down was help on with a cotter pin...this one looks like it had a cotter pin or at least a hole for one...but will not budge...any ideas?

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here is the picute
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What usually holds the gears to the rods are spring pins and you will need a set of roll pin punches to remove and reinstall. Cotter pins means someone previously did a quick fix. In addition there should be plastic bushings which takes up the slop between gear and lower universal bracket, they do wear out.
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ah, ok..i was wondering if they had to be punched out...i have a set of punches..do they go in the hole or on the edge?
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They go on the outside hole covering the inside hole of the pin, not inside the pin hole so the pressure is applied to the outside ring of the pin. Use some silicon lubricant to help the pin slide out easier. If everything is metal you sometime need to apply heat.

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Thank you both very much...got it out and new one on....new metal one instead of plastic too..lol..

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