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post #26 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-18-2020, 11:28 AM
 
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I guess I'm not one of the lucky ones with multiple bolt lications. I made the complete cycle and the only place the cap seats is in the original position. It sucks but I guess it's time to dent the metal.

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Maybe so but I will tell ya its probably possible if ya can rotate it the holes are likely there. It was very hard for me to find new holes for bolt to go into. If ya are back at stock measure and mark 90degree on case. then be patient and gentle. Why I said 2 people job maybe. I struggled to find tiny holes by feel but I did after marking aprox location and try try again. This was a TSC winch though. I have both badlands and tsc travellar on machines. So similar in design?

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post #27 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-18-2020, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
 
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Even if the holes are there I doubt it would matter. The cap will not seat except in that original position. It leaves a gap between the housing in the cap in any other spot. I can't see it but this appears to be a detent there. It appears that the detent forces you to put the cap in that position and no other, probably for alignment in assembly but I don't know.

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Even if the holes are there I doubt it would matter. The cap will not seat except in that original position. It leaves a gap between the housing in the cap in any other spot. I can't see it but this appears to be a detent there. It appears that the detent forces you to put the cap in that position and no other, probably for alignment in assembly but I don't know.

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Sorry to read it didn't work for ya.

Like I mentioned earlier in this thread, mine had no way to clock it either. I just couldn't remember what the issue was exactly.
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post #29 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-19-2020, 05:26 AM Thread Starter
 
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Sorry to read it didn't work for ya.



Like I mentioned earlier in this thread, mine had no way to clock it either. I just couldn't remember what the issue was exactly.
Well, it was woth a try and I appreciate everyone's input.

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