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Gears getting noisy

Posted Feb 19th, 2014 at 00:08 by BrianH

Usually I have the rear tyres moved to the front and new on the back.
All rebalanced.

Now told Tyreland two to the front!

These Mich. 8 ply high profile van tyres were just the job. Hard though. (used for many many years)

But the balancing and alighment was not so good.

Starts jumping around 68mph.

I think I will give up with Tyreland and get balanced and tracked elsewere. Though may be just this branch.

Remember Jack Cluer the Technical Director.

The cables through the rear hinges are a pain.

His solution was to pull through the damaged portion and soldier an extention below.

Brilliant!!!!

So many damaged cables now after 25 years.

I will be following his advice and pulling through and adding bits below.

I have soldered many gray,black,yellow and blue wires to bullet connections.

This is really hard work. All done for the offside.
Now all I have to do is to pull through the built in slack, cut off the damaged portion, soldier new bullets, and connect!!

Not easy, I think for the nearside, just wire to wire,soldered and shrinkrapped!

I have discovered a soldering iron that is usually low at 35W but up to 350w boost. It does work really well.

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    As for the gear box.

    Age, rubber connections, centre bearing, universals, rear axle.

    BrianH
    Posted Feb 19th, 2014 at 00:15 by BrianH BrianH is online now
 

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