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Pin dimension

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2 months 1 day ago #230820 by rax200
Pin dimension was created by rax200
Hi All,
I am chasing the pin dimension C-5524 and C-6895 for a Letournaeu Blade, as per attached image. This is for my latest acquisition a D4 5T6271.

 
 

Thanks for your help


 

Daryl

1937 RD4 4G4368
1940 D4 7J3717
1942 D4 7J9915SP
1942 R4 6G2550SP
1944 D4 2T6584SP
1945 D4 2T8978SP
1946 D4 5T6271
1956 D4 7U37855
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2 months 1 day ago #230845 by edb
Replied by edb on topic Pin dimension
Hi Daryl,
assuming it is the blade to C frame retaining pin by the picture and as the pin bores are likely worn I would have thought a measure of said bores and you find they are not too oval then you may find a metric piece of bar to make a new tighter fitting pin from.
A ruler should get you a length thru the eyes of the blade mount ears.
Retaining pin should be easy as the holes in the top ear of the blade mount would give all dimensions you need--maybe I am missing something here as I already know you would do this as a matter of course???
Regards,
Eddie B.

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2 months 20 hours ago #230867 by trainzkid88
Replied by trainzkid88 on topic Pin dimension
try a google search looking for the nsn database listing you might find the details that way. as these were used by the american military and highways depts many of the parts have national stock numbers and for some parts the physical properties are listed.

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