When we received our grinder I noticed a blemish on the rear rail . I wasn't to concerned about it till recently . I started to feel a bump while grinding . The blemish area was actually flaking off in layers sort of like chrome on an old bumper . Probably a one in a million chance of seeing this . After Emailing Bill at Veseys Equipment, Bernhard sent a replacement part in no time . Grinding companies are great .They get it done .Direct from England at that .
Rail with blemish
removal was easy . 4 Allan head bolts holding bar in after removing a couple of shields . The underside of front rail has a cambered bolt and roller to remove and drive chain was taken off on one end and slide by the motor . Motor is heavy watch your back and place it on a bench directly beside grind . Watch the hoses and power cables . Old rail slid out easily .
Installing new rail .
The center rail adjustment was backed off before removal and install .
Reassemble in reverse order . You can get pretty close with rail adjustment using an app on my I Phone . Recently installed new bedknives on a 2500 E .So pulling a knife to set up to try out (double checking ) . I notice it was a little fat in the middle when touching it up , So raising the rail in the middle on back rail will tip the stone away from the grind . Grind and adjust till it looks even . Both rails are adjustable . Usually you would adjust the front to correct but were I replace the rear it made sense and there was enough adjustment to get me on the mark .
Measuring across the top face cut ,very pleased with the result .
The true test . Cuts clean across the entire length .
Thanks Bill and Bernhard .
Didn't miss a beat !!!
Just in time too . touch up grind on 3 - 1600 Toros in less than an hour . Getting the hang of these grinders now .