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Dahon rejuvenation

Old 04-20-24, 05:59 PM
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Had to google “eschew”! Thanks for expanding my vocabulary 😜.
Mmmmm, eschew chicken, my favorite. With a glass of eschew milk.
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Old 05-09-24, 04:15 PM
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Dismantling the V clamp hinge

The bike has been stripped of all components and prepping for powder coating. Encountered a problem with disassembling the hinge. There is a long spindle (ventral view of hinge) in this port that I’m unsure of how to remove. There are no visible surfaces for an Allen key or threads. Anyone ever tackled this problem?
The shaft is shown in the 2nd pic, on the left side.




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Old 05-09-24, 09:46 PM
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(above) Gosh, your pic, a bit fuzzy, but looks like a black snap ring on the bottom, but I see none in the rebuild kit shot. Is that long pin in a blind hole, or is there a hole on the opposite side to drive out the pin? In the parts shot, again, fuzzy so hard to see, but it looks like the pin is stepped or threaded on the end?
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