Ejector lifter spring?

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  1. wjjones

    wjjones New Member

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    I have torn down my old Glenfield marlin model 60 cleaned 3 tons of crud out of it, and it looks good but.... I think I did something wrong putting it back together because it wont feed now. Before it would feed but jamb because it hadnt been cleaned in 35 years. I am seeing a spring out of place, and the schematic is calling it the (Ejector lifter Spring) but I cant figure out how it attaches to the ejector lifter correctly?? Any help would be appreciated..Walter..
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    wjjones New Member

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    I found another site that is calling it the cartridge lifter spring?
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    BETH Well-Known Member

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    i don't know what u call it but is it the spring that u put in the metal block
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    also if u go on u tube marlin 60 they show u how to do it
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    BETH Well-Known Member

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    is it the small long spring
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    Bindernut Well-Known Member

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    Take a look about halfway down the page on this link. Post #17 by a fellow named greener.
    http://www.marlinowners.com/forum/rimfires/16284-mod-60-action-disassembly-2.html

    It shows where the lifter spring should be connected to.
    The eye of the spring is held on the large short pin on the left side action plate.
    The long straight arm is held in place by the feed throat block.
    The short, hooked arm engages the lifter in a small notch located where the lifter doglegs to the left.
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  7. Jim K

    Jim K New Member

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    Those Marlins were one of the guns that made me happy to have a sonic bath. As someone said about another gun, they come apart easy and go together hard.

    Jim
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