I don't know if it is press on or screw.
On with the clean-up.
Jan 28, Remove the pulley housing from the top of the head, push the quill all the way up, and remove the two screws up on the top of the quill, then remove the sheet metal shield around the quill.
Now just pull the quill out the bottom. It's really quite simple. It's even simpler to remove the spindle from the quill, leaving the quill in place. Regards. Apr 23, The last time I took a quill out, I had to remove the quill spring and the spring came apart. Can I remove quill without removing the quill spring?AM #2Missing: tree mill.
We didn't do this since it looked fine and you couldn't regrease these sealed bearings anyway.
Oct 06, On the bottom of the quill stop there is a lever that pivots. This is the is the feed trip lever (J) YOu need to remove the setscrew and pin to the left side on the bottom of the casting.
(J) and Pin J On the top there is a slotted head screw. Remove it. Inside is a small item that looks like a miniature set of bushfalling.barg: tree mill. Nov 21, Bridgeport quill getting tight Post by JohnHudak» Mon Oct 30, pm Hello all, the quill on my bridgeport (J head, step vista pruning trees has been getting tighter now for the last month or two, I've had it down all the way and cleaned/oiled it two or three times now with no bushfalling.barg: tree mill.
Mar 28, I'm just finishing refurbishing a 74 2J BP (fondly referred to as"molly") and need to do all the fine adjustments. I noted that the quill lock never completely locks the quill, even with the handle in the full left position. I'm assuming that the quill lock sleeves are worn out. Can someone Missing: tree mill.