So I've been busy on the Hinge Pin mod like Ed has written on his blog:
The thing I noticed which he hasnīt described is that the suspension arm moldings are really tight. So when I screw the grub screw in the flat spot of the Hinge Pin it wonīt fall under its own weight, because the hinge pin has a really tight and snug fit in the susp. arm moldings. Maybe I have a newer version?
There are two options to solve this. Widen the suspensions arm holes. but, the are 3.1mm so a 3mm arm reamer isn't going to do anything.
The other option is to make the Hinge Pins a little smaller. The Hinge Pins are 3.1mm which I sanded down to 3.05mm. Now all the play is gone, and the rear hub will fall under its own weight. When it falls you see the hinge pin rotating.
A really nice idea from Hofer and Clark which I like. I still think it's not necessary, but I also like this type of mounting more. It's reduces the play a little bit more.
I've also reduced some play with the eyelet trick. by compressing the eyelet hole the play is gone. It's a temporary solution cause it will deform back in its old form. But I've ordered the old grey eyelets from Schumi and want to give them a try.
After some hours of wrenging I must say. This thing is so easy to work on! It looks really complex, but it really isn't!!!