Roll Pins

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Page created by T July 26th 2012:

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Roll Pins:

These are made out of Spring Steel and are tapped into place. They are held in place by their own Spring Tension.

Roll Pin Removal and Replacement:

A Roll Pin can be replaced by tapping it out with a Hammer and a suitable Drift. A new Roll Pin can be tapped in with a Hammer and a suitable Drift.  It is best to fit new Roll Pins during any rebuild because they can lose their Spring Tension after they've been in service a while.
The Roll Pin as used to retain a Distributor Plastic Drive Gear. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Jacks.
The Roll Pin as used to retain a Distributor Plastic Drive Gear. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Jacks.
 
The Photo shows a Roll Pin (labelled Pin). Photo by Jacks. Click to Enlargen.
 
 
Passenger Side VB - VK Commodore Rear Brake Assembly. Roll Pins as Pivots on their  Automatic Adjusters. Each Automatic Adjuster pivots on a Roll Pin that is 3/16" in diameter and 3/4" long. Photo by Thunderbolt. Click to Enlargen.
Driver Side VB - VK Commodore Rear Brake Assembly. Roll Pins as Pivots on their  Automatic Adjusters. Each Automatic Adjuster pivots on a Roll Pin that is 3/16" in diameter and 3/4" long. Photo by Thunderbolt. Click to Enlargen.
 
Banjo Diff Centre. The Roll Pin has been knocked out to remove the Cluster Pinion.  Click to Enlargen. Photo by WBUtebloke.
    
 

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