I'm figuring that since the cam ribs are in about the same width as the bearings of a typical square taper bb, that things will work fine. time will tell. I plan on modifiying the frame to reduce the shell width to match the EBB.itsdoable said:Your contact surfaces between the eBB and shell are smaller, which might reduce the chance of creaking...
I could have, but i figured that spending a little more time making the arbor will allow me to do this same modification to many ebb's quickly without too much hassle.itsdoable said:]Did you need to make an Arbor? Could you not had used a 4-jaw chuck?
It will mostly be used to hold the cam on the indexer at the mill. A little bit of lathe work. the milling work that others have done is a bit basic. by using the arbor, i can get pretty fancy.aka brad said:I like your arbor tool...,but how are you going to use it on a split quill style insert?