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Re: Removing pawls and main gear on barient winch

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These pics are better than my eyes. Maybe that is a set screw.
Yep, it's a set screw. The right-sized allen key will allow you to slide the collar off the shaft and it should all slide apart - out the top most likely.

Man, I wish my winches looked that good inside.
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Re: Removing pawls and main gear on barient winch

Do I just tap the pawls out from the underside?
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Re: Removing pawls and main gear on barient winch

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Just click the header.

winch - a set on Flickr

Pretty straight forward I would think. Just thought I'd ask.
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Different sources have different copy/paste functions. On Flickr you need to click on "more ways to share" get the embed code, copy that and then simply paste into your post.

Other image sites, e.g Photobucket, use a similar though slightly different method.

If you can get to an image source (URL must include .jpg or other compatible) you can simply copy the URL and paste into the image file box (thats the wee mountain postage stamp thingy) and away you go.
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Re: Removing pawls and main gear on barient winch

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Do I just tap the pawls out from the underside?
You should be able to simply pull them upwards with your fingers (watching out for the spring, which will attempt to orbit the moon the second it's released.. )

If they're in so tight you need anything stronger than pliers, something is wrong.
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