[Sunbeam Talbot Email List] Stiff upper fulcrum pin

Martin Spurrell spurrellm at hotmail.co.uk
Fri Jul 29 17:18:20 EDT 2011


hi bill,
         dismantle the assembly, inspect it visually, and assess the situation,if it's semi seized it needs stripping anyway. these parts are available from graham brooks or bamforths .
try pumping it full of oil from a grease gun to aid dismantling, warming it up may help also.
                                                                                         martin spurrell.
 

> From: nqtraderman at yahoo.com
> To: staowners at sunbeamtalbot.info
> Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2011 17:12:10 +0100
> Subject: [Sunbeam Talbot Email List] Stiff upper fulcrum pin
> 
> I noticed that the suspension "bounce" was a lot stiffer on one side than 
> the other so after investigation it appears that the upper fulcrum pin 
> (item 6 page 104 in the parts book) is very stiff to rotate in the bushes 
> of the upper wishbone (item 5). So much so that having freed off the 
> upper wishbone from the stub axle, its a 2 handed job to rotate it 
> upwards on the fulcrum pin. There is no wear in the pin that I can see. 
> 
> I have removed it from the car and am wondering if I will get away with 
> greasing it at both ends and trying to work it free in a vice or is the 
> stiffness a sign that its had it and it will need new bushes & pin .. 
> assuming they are available ?
> 
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