Re: This might be a stupid question . . .
Rich N. <rnapo@...>
Are you sure you have the set screw backed out all
the way? There is bronze "nose" that "floats" in the
hole. I always slide the weight on the shaft with the
knob on the weight pointing down so that this floating
bronze nose will stay clear of the shaft. Once the weight
is on the shaft I rotate the weight so the knob is on top.
Maybe there is a little burr in the hole where the bronze
nose stick through?
Hi all -gorgeous
and very solid. Tonight the skies cleared up nicely, and I had hoped togive it
a brief test drive.pressure, I
couldn't get the shaft more than 1/4 inch into the counterweight.some
serious banging with a rubber mallet. I didn't feel very comfortable doingthis
with a brand new mount. As it was, it took both me and my son pulling veryhard
to get the shaft out of the counterweight (even though it was only 1/4 inch