Try to move the aluminum block. If the TRP is the correct height, the block can move when you apply moderate force.
If the block does not move:
Use this table to find the correct number of 0.010" shims for the TRP fork to add or remove. Use the number of increments you recorded in the "Height Adjustment section" to get the correct amount of push out.
|Number of increments recorded||Shims for the TRP Fork||Shims for the TRP Spacers|
|If the block moved.||X||Remove (X x 1) shims for the TRP fork.||Add ( X / 2) shims for the TRP spacers.|
|If the block moved. Example:||2||Remove (2 x 1 = 2) shims for the TRP fork.||Add (2 / 2 = 1) shims for the TRP spacers.|
|If the block did not move.||X||Add (X x 1 ) shims for the TRP fork.||Remove (X /2) shims for the TRP spacers.|
|If the block did not move. Example:||2||Add (2 x 1= 2) shims for the TRP fork.||Remove (2 /2 = 1) shims for the TRP spacers.|
If the block moves:
Record the number of increments you moved the spindle to let the block move. The number of increments is the number of 0.010" shims to add to the TRP fork.
If the block does not move:Record the number of increments you moved the spindle until you could not move the block. The number of increments is the number of 0.010" shims to remove from the TRP fork.
Make a stack (1) that has the nylon washer (3), the correct number TRP shims  and the spacer  in the sequence shown.
Put the stack on one of the TRP bolts . This aligns the shims, washers and spacers .
Use electrical tape  to hold the stack  together. The tape holds the shims and washer in position when you install the TRP.
Use the tape to make (4) equal stacks of shims for the TRP.
Install the TRP. Refer to the correct procedure:
- VMC- 50-Taper Tool Release Piston - Pre-CALM - Replacement
- VMC- 50-Taper Tool Release Piston - CALM - Replacement
Do the "VMC - 50-Taper - Tool-Release Piston (TRP) - Height Adjustment" and the "50-Taper - Tool-Release Piston - Shim Installation" until the height of the TRP is correct.
When the height of the TRP is adjusted correctly, install the TSC union and extension tube, if removed.
Find the nut for the adjustment. Use a wrench  to turn the nut.
Turn the nut until the light on the switch  goes off.
Turn the nut 1/4 of a turn in the same direction.
Release the tool release button, the light goes on . The switch is adjusted correctly.
Make sure that Draw Bar Open = 0.
Make sure that Draw Bar Open = 1.
If the adjustment of the switch is correct, Draw Bar Open = 1 at 0.06" (1.52 mm) and = 0 at 0.05" (1.27 mm). If the adjustment is not correct, do Steps 2 and 3 again.