My plane is just recently out of a fresh annual, my FBO wanted me to
ask a question of our group for its recommendation of possible
solutions correcting a slight twisting action in the left main gear.
As it turns out, my FBO discovered that the left main gear has
developed a very slight play or twisting action.

This very slight twisting action or play to the left and right might
be no more than a 1/32nd to 1/16th of an inch. The "joe-bolt" hole
is slightly oblong causing a slight play.

What he has asked me to ask you all, what are the group's varying
recommendations of possible solutions to stopping the twisting action
or play. If we are slicing hairs at a 1/32nd to 1/16th of an inch,
that feedback is also welcome.


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