RCT3 Low Speed Conpression – Should it click

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  • LoCo
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    Yes there’s a pair of detent/detant ball bearings with a single spring that sits near the top of the ls shaft, if it pulls out or blows out if compressed without caps on the balls and spring fire themselves out into the ether

    Ah yes – the rod slid out a bit. Have found one bearing.

    Flip.

    Premier Icon bigjim
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    if it pulls out or blows out if compressed without caps on the balls and spring fire themselves out into the ether

    yep done this 🙂

    Presume it works fine without? Can they be had as spares?

    Moving my LSC dial does seem to have an effect when the blue dial is in the middle position, but it doesn’t click, it just turns smoothly form one extreme to the other – is that normal?

    Just found bearing #2

    Just the spring to find now – No idea what it looks like though.

    LoCo
    Member

    Small, may havesomething that will act as a decent replacement if you need it, the rod can travel a fair distance too 😯

    Yeah, the second bearing was miles away. Part of me is wishing I hadn’t done this outside.

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