Sunstone at cogeco.ca
Thu Jun 17 20:25:01 PDT 2004
My understanding was that it essentially acts like a clutch connecting the
trans gears to the engine to the shaft. Would that not be applicable whether
in Fwd or Rev?
Please correct me if I am wrong.
One thing you could do to determine if trans slip is the issue is to put it
under constant moderate load of say 1500 RPM and listen for the RPM sliding
up and down which is what occurs if the trans is slipping. The RPM should
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert E Johns" <rjohns3 at optonline.net>
To: "Alberg 30 Public List -- open to all" <public-list at alberg30.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2004 11:06 PM
Subject: Re: [Public-list] Reverse
> On Thursday, June 17, 2004, at 08:34 PM, John Birch wrote:
> > If the shaft has not slipped out loose but not out of the coupling, is
> > it
> > possible the transmission is now slipping, requiring you to open up the
> > trans cover plate and rotate tighter the large threaded cylinder one
> > notch
> > to tighten things up - I haven't got the book infront of me but I am
> > assuming you have the mechanical SAID trans.
> John and Gordon,
> I think that the adjustment John is talking about is only for the
> forward gear. I don't have any idea about reverse.
> Bob Johns, Wind Call, #397
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