novocaine":22yno147 said:this dude is taking one apart (with big manly tools, grrr)
about 4.20 he knocks to quill/arbor out, you can see it's rather spindly (also a good word for it, maybe the right one, it's early) and very unlikely to be a morse taper as it simple wouldn't fit inside it.
if it is a "knock off" then it's on a very short straight sided or tapered internal to the chuck and to be honest, you don't stand a chance of removing it in the machine it's a spindle out kind of job.
you're right I'm wrong. the internal screw is left hand, this would be right hand, I apologies, no excuses I shall be reprimanded. I shall sit in the corner with my nu tools DPF20 that does have a morse taper and wimper to myself about easy chuck replacement. :twisted: (hammer) (sorry, uncalled for)
if the bolt trick isn't working then chuck up a big old hex wrench (allen key for us normal people), the flats will help, even better if you've got a socket set type. for the sake of a circlip you could knock the spindle out to get a better grip on it.
oh yer, the video.