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Old September 25th, 2016, 05:14 PM
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Assembling

Input shaft:





Main shaft:











Lay shaft:





Housing:



Upside down with the input shaft inside ...



and the main shaft.



Ready to measure the axial play.



The same procedure with the lay shaft.







Reversing axle with gear, new needles and washer is a just press it in job.





Shiftin rod for 1st to 4th gear:









Hard to do, because you need more than two hands doing this:





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Old September 27th, 2016, 06:53 PM
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Preparing the extensing housing:

New O-Rings for the short cut oil feeding line, or if available the thermostate housing.



The output shaft seal should be pressed in by a setting die!





The oilpump housing should be directed by a threaded pin!



The new screws from Ashcroft are comming with a T25 inside the head instead of a T20!





Outer bearing ring with cylindric rollers supporting the main shaft pressed to the housing.



Followed by the special handcrafted oil retainer made by Ashcroft!





Outer bearing ring with cylindric rollers supporting the layshaft pressed to the housing.

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Old September 30th, 2016, 05:46 PM
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I made a mistake with the oil retainer!

This retainer ring ...



has to fit these parts:



It doesn't fit them this way!



This is the correct way to press the ring inside the housing:

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Old October 3rd, 2016, 05:09 PM
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Frontside facing down, the intermediate plate is laying upon the casted housing, ...



... time to fit a distance ring onto the main shaft and the reversing gear to the layshaft.



Followed by a bush, a needle bearing and the reversing gear.





Time to get these parts mounted too.



Syncrounit including fork has to be fitted.



Have a look to the pin inside the slot!



This gap has to be 2.50mm!



A 2.50mm clip is to be fitted.



Followed by needle bearing, and fifth gear.







Fifths gear mounted to the layshaft:



Tapered washer under the nut.



Both of the two half rings securing the fifth gear.



Secured just by a ring.



The securing nut is to be fitted by 350Nm to the layshaft and mechanical secured!



Inside rings of the roller bearings have to be pressed to the end of the shafts.





Second ball with tensioned spring has to be installed by secured screw!.





Sliding off the housing of the turned upside down housing and bonding with liquid sealent.





Turning again upside down to fit the rear housing with liquid sealent. Fit the twister fork while trying to do!







Fit something to get the heavy lump fastened in a vice:





Get these parts secured and sealed mounted.







Press the shaft collar all the way back.





Fit a new seal inside the front cover.







Be happy when when done!



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Old October 7th, 2016, 05:35 PM
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Well turning the unit 180 several times, might be way coll-o-mat for body builders.
I like it with more comfort!

This is why this unit is generated for.

Scenic overlook



Cast iron housing facing upside



Front shield mounted



Unit turned 180, ready to fit the shafts.



Intermediate plate can be mounted, axial play reduced, 5th and reversing gear can be installed.



With these additional brackets, the unit is save when turning again 180.



Now the brackets can be removed to lift the cast iron housing.



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Old October 8th, 2016, 02:01 PM
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Nicely done as always Kurt
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Thanks Charles.

I put some protecting black paint on it.

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