T-100 Assembly & Timing Kit for field-repairable
Slick 4300/6300 Series Magnetos.
I just finished spending way too many hours disassembling my Slick 6310 magneto. I modified a puller to remove the (rusted-on) impulse coupling hub, which I was then able to use to remove the rotor bearings. Unfortunately, the puller jaws broke off when I was attempting to disassemble my other mag. I then proceeded to break a second set of puller jaws. I have to believe that using the tools that are designed for doing this job would be VASTLY preferable to doing it the way that I have been. I just have to convince my partners of the merits. If the tools work as intended, and save time in the bargain, then they are worth the price being asked. Jus sayin...
Way to expensive for what it is. The tools are helpful but you could get by without just fine. Overpriced, under explained, would not recommend.
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