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Seimitsu NT LS-32/28 Replacement Shaft

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$13.95 (USD)
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SEIMITSU-NT-SHAFT-LS-32
Weight
3.00 Ounces
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  • Product Description

    The Seimitsu LS-32 and LS-38 series lever now has a detachable shaft!

    Height Adjustable

    The NT Replacement Shaft has a unique construction that unscrews the shaft from its base, plus add or decrease its shaft height using 2mm or 3mm screw nuts. The NT comes with two 3mm screw nuts by default. You can add another 2mm or more using additional screw nuts, available separately.

    Bundle and Save 10%

    If you plan to get the Seimitsu LS-32-01, LS-32 (fastener model), or LS-38 alongside this replacement shaft, you can save 10% on this product. Please select it as a product option when visiting the LS-32 or LS-38 product page.

    Installation Notes

    The current LS-32 uses a snap ring to hold its shaft in place. Without a specific tool such as the Circlip Plier (Amazon) new-window-icon.png, removing this clamp is quite difficult.  An alternative method uses spare single wire from a cord and needle nose pliers. 

    Step 1: Wire Step 2: Shape into loop
    First, find a strong, durable piece of solid metal wire that you can cut and shape into a loop. Pulling the snap ring will require a bit of effort, so wire from a twist tie may not have enough strength to accomodate. Next, cut and twist the wire into two horizontally elongated loops.
    Step 3: Attach to clip ends, needle nose pliers Step 4: Pull the needle-nose plier handles
    Next, position each loop onto the tiny indentions around the snap ring. As shown, slide the needle nose pliers into the loop.   With the needle nose pliers in place, pull on the handles outward to begin pulling on the metal loop. The snap ring should pull apart. Note that the snap ring is un-usuable after this point. Instead, you will install the new shaft using the provided e-clip.
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