[ROVERNET - UK] Update on an earlier problem
vmitps at netspace.net.au
Sat Jul 29 03:02:12 BST 2006
The base shouldn't move a lot, 1/8" is plenty.
The bar locates on the gearbox vis a bush.
I can scan the workshop manual page if desired.
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From: "Gordon Harrower" <griffo at comcast.net>
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Sent: Saturday, July 29, 2006 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Update on an earlier problem
> Paul Smith wrote:
> >>I've now replaced the 4 rubber pads and the vaguely triangular one, as
> >>well as the fabled "spherical seat." It now will go into all gears but
> >>3rd, running or not, and there still seems to be too much play in the
> >>gearshift mechanism. There's a bar that connects the gearshift
> >>mechanism to the transmission, and that bar seems loose, but difficult
> >>to tighten.
> >1. Is the bar broken?
> >2. Is it loose on the base unit (it is meant to have movement there), or
> >loose on the gearbox?
> >Can you organise an assistant to operate the gear lever whilst you watch
> >selector arm?
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> It's loose on both ends. I'm not sure how to tighten it on the gearbox
> end. Meanwhile, the whole rectangular base for the gearshift moves
> around quite a bit. It's one of those things I never looked at when
> things were going well, so it's hard to tell what's normal. Thanks,
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