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Identify these Gearbox stud blanks

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1Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 11th January 2016, 11:26 pm

mc_hawkings24


Identify these Gearbox stud blanks 2r20k6c

Ignore the left arrow, its the right stud thats buggered.
I was looking under someones gtir i'm working on and the studs been bodged with two crush washers and its been cross threaded so won't tighten. What i want to know is is it a stud or is it holding something together? not sure i can tap a thread either as i have nothing to go in it.

2Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 12th January 2016, 11:16 am

mc_hawkings24


If i take it out gearbox fluid will piss out

3Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 12th January 2016, 11:34 am

Stu

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Looks like the ones that have springs and ball bearings in to keep the casing on?


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4Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 12th January 2016, 3:35 pm

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Thats what i was thinking. Can that be taken out and put back in easy though? Might try tapping it later with a sump plug

5Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 12th January 2016, 11:49 pm

splmum

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They are the plugs that hold the 'springs and detent ball's' in place that lock the shifter rods for gear selection.
Lose them and the gearbox will 'lock-up' as the selectors won't work.
Very important items in the gearbox, so the plug (bolt) should be securely located, not just bodged.

6Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 15th January 2016, 12:12 pm

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Oh well i took it out and nothing fell out. I just put another bolt in, its not the right size and no idea if the other was but it was completely bodged and its the only thing i can do.

7Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 15th January 2016, 1:46 pm

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Just looked at my spare gearbox and the gearbox specialist hasnt put them back in or I woukd have sent you one Sad


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8Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 15th January 2016, 11:06 pm

splmum

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@mc_hawkings24 wrote:Oh well i took it out and nothing fell out. I just put another bolt in, its not the right size and no idea if the other was but it was completely bodged and its the only thing i can do.
Was there a spring inside the hole?

9Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 4th February 2016, 9:13 pm

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@mc_hawkings24 wrote:Oh well i took it out and nothing fell out. I just put another bolt in, its not the right size and no idea if the other was but it was completely bodged and its the only thing i can do.

the bolted one is for reverse idler selector, the other 2 with cap type bolts have the detent springs and bearings which hold selector arm in place on the rod, without them it will just slop in & out of gear unless held in place with your hand and as said eventually it will drop a selector in gear so you wont be able to engage the gear your after so crucial they are fitted back


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10Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 4th February 2016, 9:27 pm

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@mc_hawkings24 wrote:Identify these Gearbox stud blanks 2r20k6c

Ignore the left arrow, its the right stud thats buggered.
I was looking under someones gtir i'm working on and the studs been bodged with two crush washers and its been cross threaded so won't tighten. What i want to know is is it a stud or is it holding something together? not sure i can tap a thread either as i have nothing to go in it.

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Sorry to hijack this thread but how come the top of my gearbox housing isnt shaped like this one?

11Identify these Gearbox stud blanks Empty Re: Identify these Gearbox stud blanks on 4th February 2016, 9:36 pm

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Its got a brace on it

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