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1/2 scale CASE gov. question


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Old 01-25-2002, 08:43:16 PM
Mark Ilg
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Default 1/2 scale CASE gov. question

Hi steam guys. I am building a 1/2 scale CASE like TOM TERNING used to build. Most of the heavy work is completed however one of many questions I have is how the backlash spring functions. What does it attach to or how does it assist in proper gov. action The main spring between the weights or balls I understand but the other smaller spring in front is attached to a ratchet gear. I AM PERPLEXED thanks MARK
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