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    Rear stab side to side play

    Researched and only found one thread and still curious how to fix. Only the right side rear stab has about 1/4-3/8” of play side to side. I can get it to move only when I lift up on the far edge of the stab or push it in towards the center. Brace Wires are snug and aI have safety wire on one side of leading edge to help close up that gap. How do I fix this?

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    Replace the liner tube and pull the stabs up tight when you drill it for the 3/16" bolts.
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    The stabs should float on the front liner tube. The liner tube is not attached to the carry-thru tube that is bolted to the jackscrew yoke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    Replace the liner tube and pull the stabs up tight when you drill it for the 3/16" bolts.

    great thanks Steve. Sounds easy enough I’ll get one ordered.

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