Shared August 20, 2016
This a quick machine job on a stub shaft that goes in an axle assembly on a fork lift. The seal journal was severely worn down, so it was welded up and I had to machine it back to size. I use some Rex 49 high speed steel to turn this, and show how these tools are excellent for turning down weldments.
This is the first video I made of the same types of repairs done to the forklift axle.
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