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1 steps forward, 4 steps back

 

Made some Custom brackets for my rear stainless bumper as the mounting points didn't match up to my factory brackets.

 

Since the flood, the clutch has been stuck to the flywheel and gearbox doesn't move and is stuck in gear. Had to pull the exhaust and extractors back off and it makes it hard to remove tail shaft when it doesn't spin. Can't open the gearbox properly as I assume its stuck in gear... and I'm not sure if its worth spending the time on this gearbox

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Ouch...that gearbox is ugly.

 

If it was good before and desirable ratios stick with it. Give it a bath in something maybe or take to an engine re-conditioner and put it in their hot tank?

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I think thats what I will do, don't really want to do another gearbox unless I spend the money and do it properly (stronger and better ratios)

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Ewww, that's not what they are meant to look like.

Might be a good idea to whip the diff out and check it out too.

And, push some fresh brake fluid through the system if you haven't already.

 

Cheers

Mick

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