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



This is going back 4 years and 15,000 miles, and it's one of the 
slickest D boxes to this day.

Given the metal fragments that are likely to hav ebeen generated are 
bits of the casing, wouldn't a magnet be kind of pointless?!

The gear oil was changed out twice before doing any real miles.

That box is coming out with the engine when the turbo lump goes in 
there. I have a strengthened Renault 30 box with 3.8 final drive ready 
to go in.

Martin

David Teitelbaum wrote:

>This looks all very familiar having just been there. Of course your's
>is worse than mine, my cover didn't get torn up. It is nice that you
>can do this repair without having to remove the transmission! Once you
>torque the nut by putting the transmission into 2 gears at the same
>time and then hammer it over on the flat it should not move. I would
>recomend you use a magnetic drain plug so you can catch all the metal
>that may still be in the case.
>David Teitelbaum
>vin 10757
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