Ror the price of priority mail $3.85 I've got a copy of the TR4 Factory
service manual on CD that I scanned in and then converted to text. You
can search the manual using Adobe Reader.
Let me know off list if you're interested.
On 1 Jun 2005 at 14:42, barry rosenberg wrote:
> The old TR4 factory workshop manual has a great set of instructions.
> The clearances are the same as a TR6. Or the TR6 factory workshop manual.
> If you have a fax number, I could send you copies but I don't think I
> could scan and email them. My computer is not powered by Lucas or gas so I
> know only some of the basics. Scanning is too fancy. As for the
> instruction that tells you to use a case spreader, you can use two big pry
> screwdrivers to leverage it out. I have done it for years that way. Turn
> the carrier assy. where you can get one inside either side of the carrier
> assy and pry down against the case. It will come out with ease. If you are
> just replacing bearings and seals, make some method where you can measure
> the depth of your pinion gear before pulling it out. After you replace the
> bearings, reusing the same thickness shims, re-measure the depth. If it is
> not the same, then re-shim it so that it is the same. I do this part
> without the front bearing in place as it is easier to remove the pinion to
> re-shim, if needed. Then I set the pinion preload. Barry
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