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Old 08-09-2020, 02:43 PM
Cliff (Clifford)
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Originally Posted by jahnpahwa View Post
My first thought is that it would have to be slewing pretty fast to make an almighty bang... have the clutches let go when it reached a certain inclination? Were you guiding? It sounds like something must have let go, rather than just being driven into the pier extension?
It sounds like things were going well up to that point, so counterweight balance should have been ok.... interesting.
Maybe I need to slow down the slewing as well. Have to work that out. I can do it at the mount ok but I use it remotely must be a software setting somewhere.
I don't think the clutches let go they seemed still tight, no guiding yet- Balance was pretty good. It ended up Counterweights up , looking at a few videos the counterweights never seem to go above while flipping ?
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