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Rick, you're right, BNE is officially sub-tropical... But compared to Sydney, Melbourne etc....Spock,
I'm curious and interested in your project and intended use! Best wishes to you and your purchase.
Another topic: Your thread title mentions tropical Queensland, yet your member location is Brisbane. I've only visited the Gold and Sunshine coasts once, so maybe I'm a bit daft: Has Brisbane been affected by climate change or do you have property up further in the north?
Cheers and thanks for posting up.
Did try reversing, manual says stationary and neutral for low range select... when i get back the other side of the country i'll pick a "quiet" day, find an empty block nearby and try get some wheel slip and/or more reverse, see if that helps. No harm trying a rolling shift either.Try shifting while moving, mine doesn't like to shift without moving.
Just eyeballed this pic again while flicking through... wonder if t-case has low fluid level, although i think that this leak looks more like diff, same as one further back.Did try reversing, manual says stationary and neutral for low range select... when i get back the other side of the country i'll pick a "quiet" day, find an empty block nearby and try get some wheel slip and/or more reverse, see if that helps. No harm trying a rolling shift either.
If not, it's tunnel off to check linkages and then maybe hub checking time.
Beginning to wish i lived closer to me too, then i could get a good run of spanner time.... at the moment i'm being nagged to project manage and set up a rebuild plan for others to enact in my absence....Wish I lived closer to you, I'd come and help investigate.
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