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When disassembling a Kenter joining link, the locking pin is driven out with a
"drift." To part the link, a top swage must always be used between the hammer
and link. The swage is shaped to the curvature of the link so that machined surfaces
are not damaged (See Figure D-2).
Figure D-1. A Kenter Joining Link
Figure D-2. A Top Swage and Reamer


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