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Pier base plate: ball pivot misalignment

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The large ball pivot in the center of the base plate of the DDM160 pier is difficult to align when mating the pier to the base plate. The female part of the pivot tends to lock in place at an angle. This prevents the pier from resting on the two cylindrical side supports which are welded to the base of the pier.

 

Any tips on how to prevent this?

 

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Thanks,

Robert W. Williams

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Ooops, no problem. The pivot adjusted itself into position. The pressure from the pier simply pushed it into place. The day after I discovered the problem, it corrected itself!

Regards,

Robert

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I had the same problem 2 days ago but with my ASA DDM 60 Pier base plate and I did contact ASA, the next day without any reason pivot adjusted itself into position..

 

Very unusual.. :ph34r: 

 

 

regards

 

Martin

 

 

Edited by Artem

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