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How hard is the job of swapping anvil on a 540, Can anybody give any pointers?

 

 

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super easy if its the same as the 530, one bolt holds a cover in place, take that out and the anvil has a thread on it you can screw a long bolt into and pull it out, 15 minute job

 

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31 minutes ago, dan494 said:

super easy if its the same as the 530, one bolt holds a cover in place, take that out and the anvil has a thread on it you can screw a long bolt into and pull it out, 15 minute job

 

Same as the Forst? Very clever design.

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27 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Same as the Forst? Very clever design.

Identical, same as most of the machine! 😉

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super easy if its the same as the 530, one bolt holds a cover in place, take that out and the anvil has a thread on it you can screw a long bolt into and pull it out, 15 minute job
 

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Where abouts is the bolt located?

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