Bill Robinson sent me this link to a video he made a couple years ago of his axle being repaired using the Stevens Front Axle tool. He was kind enough to let me post it here so anyone who has not seen the tool in action could view it. Hope this works Dan
Can't see the video without creating a Drop Box account.
So you leave the top of the top bushing a bit above the fork of the axle so that the spindle bolt head compresses the tapered bushing into the reamed hole, is that right?
Mark, I was able to delete the pop up and go right to the video
I did not have to. I just opened it and it worked? Do not know why, any ideas? I do not have an account with them. Dan
It worked for me this time, maybe the account creation popup only comes up the first time you visit the site?
Richard: Yes, The Stevens instruction sheet says 1/32". Do you have a copy of the instructions? If not, let me know and I will send you a copy. Dan
Very helpful video. I was wondering how that tool worked.
I would love to have a copy of the instructions. When you have the top reamer and combo tap and reamer ready to sell, let me know and you can include a copy of the instructions when I purchase them. Thank you.
Where can I buy this tool and what should be its price ??
Andre: Check out my ad on the classified page.
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I tried my new Stevens tool tonight with one of my Model A friends manning the cutting oil. My son was supposed to be in attendance helping to fix his axle.
The tool works great!; I left the other side of the axle for my kid to finish. There's plenty more axles for him to do.
My friend John is impressed with the tool and I'm slowly convincing him he needs a Model T since he knows how to handle all the repairs.