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Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing

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  1. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Remove the spring.: stap 1, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • There's no spring on the brake pedal.

    • Just pull it with your finger, pretty easy to remove.

  2. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Remove both M6 from each side.: stap 2, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Just unscrew both M6 screw using the 5mm Allen Key.

    • If one screw is jammed and make the whole thing turn, just re-tight the other one and try again. Should be fine after that.

  3. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Remove the middle tube and bushing.: stap 3, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Just push or pull the middle tube then push the bushing out.

  4. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Add the bearings and washer: stap 4, afbeelding 1 van 3 Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Add the bearings and washer: stap 4, afbeelding 2 van 3 Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Add the bearings and washer: stap 4, afbeelding 3 van 3
    • Add the bearing into the hole flange facing "outside".

    • Add a M5 1mm washing on the bearing, on the flanged part (facing outside).

    • 1mm washer is important.

    • You may use a dot of grease to keep the washer from falling.

  5. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Add the M5 bolt: stap 5, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Add the M5 bolt with a washer on it,

    • Make sure the washer on the bearing is still there, it's very important. You can use a flat screw driver to help you push it at the right place.

    • The internal and external washer dosent need to be precise 1mm. Only the one in the "middle".

  6. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Add Nylon Nuts.: stap 6, afbeelding 1 van 2 Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Add Nylon Nuts.: stap 6, afbeelding 2 van 2
    • Add the washer and a M5 Nylon nuts.

    • You will have to push the bolt back a little to fit the nut.

  7. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Tight everything: stap 7, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Tight everything, very tight.

    • Nothing should be moving, except the pedals on the bearing. If it's not moving, maybe your bearing is not 1mm or it has fallen.

    • You may see a little "play" from the bearing into the metal plate, but it was minimal for me. You could add some glue to force it still into place.

  8. Simjack Pro Replace Brass bushing by Bearing, Place the spring back.: stap 8, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Only for clutch and gas pedals.

    • Just place the spring back into place. You may use a little flat screw driver for help.

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Sebastien Plante

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Washers need to be 1mm or 0,1mm ? https://www.loziska-rc.com/85440090?sear... will these be good?

Tibor Kottmann - Antwoord

1mm exactly, that's about the space left between the bearing and the plate.

edit : Yes those should be fine.

Sebastien Plante -

Hi,

You mention F605ZZ (14x5x4mm) but all F605ZZ I find are 14x5x5mm.

Are you sure yours are 4mm wide ?

Thanks in advance and excellent idea and guide by the way !

Jérôme Ventribout - Antwoord

they are indeed 5mm wide, my bad. I will correct the post !

Sebastien Plante -

Is it necessary to lubricate any of these components? I happen to have a 'WD-40 Specialist PTFE Dry Lube' lying around, not sure If I should use it. Thanks!

Lymark - Antwoord

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