Did my version of Large's fabrication

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by lildeezul, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. lildeezul

    lildeezul Member

    Works out good... Pulls nice.easy.. But its not a finger puller..
    I do have one problem though.. the pulley its held by a cotter pin, but when i pull the clutch level, the pulley doesnt spin with the cable. Only the cable moves.. Which i think defeats the purpose...

    but anyways any thoughs of why are appreciated.. I think i need to grease where the pulley is held by the cotter pin..

    also.. I took the stock bolt that the cable originally went through, and i use a cut-off wheel, to make a slit in the bolt, and i mounted a nut that i also cut a slit in.

    works out good.. Right now the bolts is turned all the way in, allowing more play, maybe thats a problem to with the pulley not spining

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  2. The door roller I use has a roller bearing on it making the wheel spin effortlessly.
    You need that or the cable will just rub on that wheel.
    Where are you located?
  3. lildeezul

    lildeezul Member

    ok.. I have to go to lowes and by that patio door pulley thing...

    i belive i just got a regular old pulley...

    but i willl do that thanks large.. Love your modifications skills
  4. Lookin good lildeezul.
  5. lildeezul

    lildeezul Member


    Large : Do you know like the part number of the patio door roller, the employees at lowes are helpless about these kinda stuff.

    Did you find it in hardware ??
  6. View attachment 4370

    Ah. I didn't jot it down.

    It's by the doors I believe but all stores are different.

    Take a pic of that if you got a camera phone and show it to a sales person.