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Looking under the geartrain cover, there was little to bolt anything to.
The gearcover itself was thin aluminum and only held on by loose pins, the headstock
cover was similarly loosely hinged, and any nearby mounting points, like the headstock lid
hinges, were too far away from where I needed a pivot point. After some thought, I finally decided
to modify the rear spindle bearing cover- the part with four screws behind the brass gear.
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