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June 15, 2003

Jeremy, et al.
Any good machine shop should be able to make you a set of bushings for your
pedal pivot points. I have made numerous bushings for other applications
out of a porduct called (in the business) Oil-lite (sp)......it is a medium
hardness red brass alloy impregnated with oil. We have used it here at the
plant for years for babbit type bearings on applications much more demanding
than our brake pedals.
Just my tuppence worth.
David A. Stevens Jr.
Utilities Engineer II
NYS Office Of General Services
Sheridan Avenue Steam Plant
79 Sheridan Avenue
Albany, NY 12210

"Stevens, David" < david.stevens@... > 22674

Posted on June 15, 2003 03:42 PM
Posted to category(s) Braking System | Drive Train | Engine (internal) | Gauges | Ignition System | Lubrication System | Miscellaneous | Suspension & Steering | US States | Wheels

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