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Figure 12.

A hole is drilled to allow a tube of copper to fit snugly. The size of the tube was picked to allow it to fit tightly around the existing broken arbor stump. This arrangement works because there is very little torque exerted on the arm as it contacts the locking cam in normal operation. This may also be why the original design used an elongated pivot to attach the lever.