Guess what? You owe me a cookie! I guess I wasn't real clear about it,
but the pin is one of the new, tempered/hardened ones from MOSS and it is
in fine shape. That's what's so puzzling. I really expected it to be
sheared off in the shaft.
So I guess I'll just go back to the garage and eat one of my own cookies
and scratch my head some more. ;-)
Thanks for the help....someday I'll figure out a way to get a working
clutch in this thing!!
On Mon, 14 Jul 1997, Philip E. Barnes wrote:
> Mike sez:
> " I figured the pin was sheared again and pulled the tranny. Everything
> looks tight and perfect. There is no play in the fork or the shaft..."
> While you have the whole thing apart in your hands, try removing the pin
> from the fork. I'll bet a cookie it's busted, allowing the fork to rotate
> on the shaft.
> Phil Barnes
> Cortland, NY (nowhere near New York City)
> '71 TR6 CC61193L (20 year owner)