Adjustable Gap not so Adjustable


#1

I’ve been adjusting my axle so much do to the fact that It’s on at a angle that my yo-yo is becoming a fixed gap. Is there any way to make it adjustable again?


(Chris Allen) #2

Which yo-yo?


#3

Speedmaker

Sorry, forgot to mention but I made a post a couple of days ago.

DRYOYO, if you can help me with this too besides replacing the axle, then I will worship you forever.


(D@§h!zn!t) #4

I would recommend replacing the axle. :wink:


(Mikey) #5

Yeah.


#6

LocTite Threadlocker Blue. :wink:


(Chris Allen) #7

Lets see some pictures please.
I need to see the bearing seat, the nipples under the caps, The axle, ad both sides of the bearing


#8

Coming up this week.


#9

Sorry for the quality, 3.3 MGP isn’t that good.


#10

i couldn’t see to much from the axle pictures there. could you take one more of the axle on the top view please?

and, you mean a angle like on a slant? if so, just replace the axle. it is farily easy, and anyone can do it. if it is really stuck, you’d be better off buying a new speedmaker, or hitting the axle with, mabye a hammer in the way it is supposed to be. it might damage the axle, but it is worth getting out.

you should either get a new axle, or get a new speedmaker.


(Chris Allen) #11

Try cleaning your bearing, and remove the axle. When you roll it, does it roll evenly?


#12

I cleaned the bearing, and it rolls semi-evenly. I can’t remove the bearing, don’t know whether we have nuts or not.