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Axes Pas toujours bien clipsé dans les "sliding blocks"

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Bonsoir à tous.

Vous est il déja arrivé de retrouver vos axes légèrement declipsés, je trouve que les clips dans les pièces noirs ne tiennent pas très fort mes axes.

Je trouve de temps en temps mes axes avec environ un demi mm de jeu par rapport au logement donc je reclip....

Voici l'exemple sur une fabrication en cours, on voit l'axe bouger de haut en bas dans le support

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Olivier

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