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Old 12-18-2011, 08:00 PM   #5
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Location: Arizona, Prescott more less.
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Originally Posted by jackd View Post
On my '71 T100 I didn't have much problem pulling the guts out of my transmission after I had removed the clutch/drive gear. I don't exactly know how the later T140's went together but I don't imagine that there was much difference. It might be a good time to look at your transmission components. Sorry to hear about the problem with your crank. Did your rotor come apart from the body? I caught mine just before it let go on my old Trophy - bought a new one and never had a problem again.
I really don't want to mess around with indexing the gear box so if I can leave it alone I will, it only has 8500 miles since a major overhaul. The rotor literally exploded into the alternator while I was going down the road at 65mph, sudden stop of the engine is an understatement. The rotor key on the crank sheered preventing any other damage and I clutched quickly.
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