Brian Wood's article on the above topic in MEW 212-213 was exceptionally well received. It appears to have caused a national shortage of the 34T changewheels on which many of his gear combinations depend!
|Neil Wyatt||30/03/2014 18:04:30|
16257 forum posts
Unfortunately a number of errors crept in to the large and complex gear tables in the article. Brian has now checked each gear combination individually, and prepared a corrected PDF version, one table to a page, which can be downloaded from the article HERE. The individual pages can be printed off and laminated to give a handy workshop reference.
Details of the individual changes to the tables and some minor errors will be printed in MEW 215. Sincere thanks to Brian for putting in enormous effort to produce and check these very useful tables for anyone with a gearbox equipped ML7.
P.S. My apologies for the confusion I caused earlier, I had to create this thread before I could link the article to it. I have deleted the comments saying the link doesn't work as it should be OK now.
Edited By Neil Wyatt on 30/03/2014 18:34:21
|John Stevenson||30/03/2014 18:13:24|
5068 forum posts
I still have 4 sets of the 33 / 34 gears
|Brian Wood||31/03/2014 08:29:59|
|1930 forum posts|
As author I am happy to provide copies of the tables in pdf form, message me and include your email address for me to send them to you. Queries etc. can be handled the same way.
Edited By Brian Wood on 31/03/2014 08:30:33
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