[ROVERNET - UK] Brake lever - possible sucess?

Paul Smith Paul.Smith at auroraenergy.com.au
Wed May 31 23:24:23 BST 2006

Sounds like you have achieved the Impossible!
If the tappets (pins) fall down, the cam won't go right in.
You should be able to see the large piston move too (when lieing under it


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com]On Behalf Of George Phelps
Sent: Thursday, 1 June 2006 8:17 am
To: Rovernet
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Brake lever - possible sucess?

More rear cylinder woes and help requested - 

It turns out the guy at Apple Hydraulics had laid the
pins down and reinserted the levers, so no need for me
to worry about them fallling out, they were already
out anyway.  Typical guy move - why read the

Nonetheless, I think I may have gotten the pins back
in their holes in the rear cylinders and then the hand
brake levers reinserted,((all while laying on my back
under the car),  but then again the pins may have
fallen down per the dire warning in the manual.  How
can I tell?  

If I pull down on the lever(on the part where the
larger hand brake lever attaches) I get some springy
resistence.  I figure this is good, - if the pins fell
down, wouldn't the lever shaft spin freely?

Thanks again for any heeeelllppp!!!!


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