T. B. WOOD'S SONS COMPANY Chambersburg, PA
T. B. WOOD'S CANADA LTD. Stratford, Ontario
Printed In U S A
1 Loosen and remove all of the cap screws. If the
bushings have keyway setscrews, loosen them.
2 Insert the cap screws (three in JA through J
bushings, two in OT and M through S
bushings) in the threaded holes in the
outer piece of the assembly. See Fig
4,Progressively tighten the screws until the mating
part is loose on the bushing.
3 Remove the mating part from the bushings and the
bushing from the shaft. See Fig. 5.
Sure- Grip Bushing :
tightening force on the
many times by the
wedging action of the
taperered surface. If
force is applied, of if a
bursting pressures will
be created in the hub of
the mating part.