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Ja.Sc.

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  1. I didn't have a great way to check the top. I would need to put together a stationary arm of some sort first. I went with the most efficient method first. My hope is that the wheel head is just not sitting straight on the shaft. As it happens a tree in my front yard fell last night and landed completely across my driveway and sidewalk, so that took priority over the days activities. I don't think I'll have time again until next Friday to dismantle anything, but I might be able to rig up an arm to check the top side.
  2. https://imgur.com/gallery/0e0vsN1 https://imgur.com/gallery/pLtPdsX
  3. Hello to All! I have been slowly converting the garage into a functioning studio. It's been a number of years since I've used my clay boss, which had this perceived problem since before this unintentionally long break. I have reviewed the other posts about wheel head wobbles, this one, and the one linked at the end about the dial indicator. I plan to start deconstructing the wheel tomorrow to try and determine if something is not sitting right with the belt, or wheel head shaft/ and bearing. The motion is definitely up and down not side to side, enough that it will likely be a bothe
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