Re: [DML] Re: Jumping Out of 5th Gear
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Re: [DML] Re: Jumping Out of 5th Gear



Hi Shain

>Some transmissions have indents on
>the input or output shaft that allow the nut to be bent over, to allow it to
>not come off.  Although this only lasts for so long.  
>
Our Renault box has this, but after 2300 miles?! I don't think it was 
done at the factory. It's a known problem in the Renault and Lotus camps

>I've found that proper
>torque settings is the best way,  and I'm not sure loctite is the best way
>to go about it.  
>
Oh it got the full tratment. New nut, torqued up properly, bent over the 
flange bit, and loctite to make triply sure.This was -my- car.

I don't do our customers gearboxes, they go off to a local specialist 
who's very good, and of course guarantees his work...

Martin






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