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Liner Roughrider, gearbox problem

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Re: Liner Roughrider, gearbox problem

Post #41 by Julian » Mon Mar 07, 2011 10:12 pm

rob scotland wrote:the diff has the name leys in the casting


That look very similar to mine. It's certainly off a small commercial like a Tranny, far too solid for it to be a car one I would say.

To oldbikeles: I'm not sure that I'd be too bothered about that plate. As I see it it's only to put a bit of pre-load on the gear lever and doesn't participate (as such) in gear selection.

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Re: Liner Roughrider, gearbox problem

Post #42 by essexpete » Wed Mar 09, 2011 12:50 am

I would have thought an ep90 would have been speced. Perhaps today if being used all year an 80w-90 gear oil.

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Re: Liner Roughrider, gearbox problem

Post #43 by rob scotland » Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:02 pm

nearly finished the rebuild, starting first time without priming, completely rebuilt the laddle at the front just got to finish the corners, neighbours currently borrowing both the digger and the dumper to do his patio. makes up for some of the banging from my garage while it was being repaired.
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