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techtalk:ref:svcproc11a [2019/01/09 03:38]
ixl2relax [REF: Shop Notes and Tips - Sub-304A]
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hippysmack [Associated Transmission Wear]
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 +Worn dogs: \\ 
 +The gear dogs can wear on the sides. ((mikeLI_77 of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=2072870))  
 +They will sometimes become rounded off instead of being flat on the edges. \\ 
 +This can cause the gears to not sync 100% and pop out of gear. \\ 
 +|  Worn dogs ((photo by aswracing of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=2072870)) ​ || 
 +|{{:​techtalk:​ref:​svcproc:​worn_dogs_1_by_aswracing.jpg?​direct&​300|}}|{{:​techtalk:​ref:​svcproc:​worn_dogs_2_by_aswracing.jpg?​direct&​300|}}|
  
   * It seems all the shift forks had side wear marks (which may not be a problem but more of a symptom) but the inside contact surfaces on some have smash marks from the edges. At this point, I would replace the middle one since there is a wave of wear on the inside surface where it should contact the gears. Worn contact area equals more space between it and the gears than intended which adds to slop.   * It seems all the shift forks had side wear marks (which may not be a problem but more of a symptom) but the inside contact surfaces on some have smash marks from the edges. At this point, I would replace the middle one since there is a wave of wear on the inside surface where it should contact the gears. Worn contact area equals more space between it and the gears than intended which adds to slop.