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Technical => Clutch, Primary, Gearbox => Topic started by: Shaun on 09.09. 2009 21:27

Title: A10 Gear Box
Post by: Shaun on 09.09. 2009 21:27
Hello to some help i hope *smile* I have a gearbox marked SC.TD.T LNR on the top of box could anybody translate this for me, I have a Goldflash with a heavy Sidecar on it and was told this was suitable but how so! any light on this would be appreciated *smiley4*
Title: Re: A10 Gear Box
Post by: trevinoz on 10.09. 2009 03:42
Shaun,
          SCT indicates a scrambles box with needle roller layshaft. I wouldn't have a clue about the extra letters.
Are they all together or in different places on top of the box?
Trev.
Title: Re: A10 Gear Box
Post by: Shaun on 10.09. 2009 06:17
Yes Trev
They are all in line except the LNR is in smaller type ,is the scramble box ratio always  the same as am interested as to what it will do to speeds etc any ideas
Many thanks Shaun
Title: Re: A10 Gear Box
Post by: trevinoz on 10.09. 2009 07:49
Shaun,
              Have a look at the ratio chart which I have, hopefully, attached and make your decision on it.
I would open the box to make sure what is stamped on it is what I have.
  Trev.
Title: Re: A10 Gear Box
Post by: Shaun on 10.09. 2009 18:26
Thats Great Trev! I guess i will risk it looking at the ratios what do you think?! I have it in frame and it is very shiney! I hope its not a case of all that glitters!  *smile* off to Netley tomorrow to find more treasure i hope! Many thanks Shaun
Title: Re: A10 Gear Box
Post by: trevinoz on 11.09. 2009 05:30
Shaun, I thought 1st gear might be a tad high but if it works for you all is well.
Trev.