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1936 Marrow Hub Issues

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RunGrampyRun

Look Ma, No Hands!
I have a Marrow hub dated 1936. it Slips under power and braking. I have disassembled, cleaned and reassembled and issue remains. Any suggestions?
 

buickmike

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I took to reading the morrow help threads.
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I realized the gap between part on left and brake drum was too much. As is shown above or slightly larger worked for me.. Often the drum is cracked on outside surface and is hard to see, but it's function is to expand depending on direction of power or reverse (brake). Those diamond shaped swedges control that. The spring that is stationed between drum and brake side bearing race needs to be new.. If you had five hubs for cores might be helpful in selecting useable parts.... I can suggest cleaning all parts again and assembly dry . Bench test for rotation. The braking reaction is not what a new departure would be.
 
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