|Nov 14, 2005, 10:09 PM|
Joined Jun 2005
too easy neuro buddy
look where the flybar goes into that plastic loop thing (seesaw arm) and you will see 2 little hex head screws,by the look of your pics they will be in those 2 little horizontal cylinder things moulded either side of the seesaw,also it looks like the hex heads will be facing your blades trailing edge,loosen them both a bit,and pull the flybar through,looks like you dont have to bother taking a paddle off either ,so just pull it out by the paddle thats still on,remember dont tighten those 2 hex head set screws too much when putting the new flybar in.
|Nov 14, 2005, 10:22 PM|
There are 2 grub screws inside those two cylindrical shapes either side of the square bit. You'll need an allen key to get them out.
Hope this helps.
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