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KDS 450 QS Flybar Replacement
Using a precise measuring tool, measure the exact distance of the exposed flybar from the inside of the black paddle to the hub where the flybar goes into the head's rectangle bar assembly. Do this for both sides and write it down for later.
Now you are going to unscrew one of the flybar paddles.
Locate the two set hex screw holding the flybar in place. They reside directly above where the flybar enters the head's rectangle bar assembly.
Loosen both the hex set screws. The flybar should be able to rotate now.
It may seem like it will not come out, but just keep trying to pull it out one side. The flybar is straight and will come out unless it is bent. If it is bent, slide it out the side that is not bent.
Take your new flybar, and use the measurements you took earlier to mark the new flybar with the points at which you are going to want to align your new flybar.
Slide the new flybar through the heads rectangle bar assembly and line it up with your marks. Now tighten the two sets screws (Note: There is a flat spot on the flybar where the set screws should seat themselves) use your best judgment to line these up.
Now screw on each flybar to match up with your marks, and ensure that the flybar paddles are oriented to rotate CLOCKWISE.
Measure both visible portions of the flybar to ensure they are exactly equal in length. This is very important.