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Author: Subject: remote gearchange for ford 4-speed box (not T9!!)
alfas

posted on 18/1/15 at 10:41 PM Reply With Quote
remote gearchange for ford 4-speed box (not T9!!)

im searching a remote gearchange for the ford 4-speed boxes with the following type of lever:



[Edited on 18/1/15 by alfas]

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trialsman

posted on 18/1/15 at 11:13 PM Reply With Quote
This is what I found http://www.locostbuilders.co.uk/viewthread.php?tid=136639 I wish there was a better way to get around the reverse detent. Russ
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alfas

posted on 18/1/15 at 11:35 PM Reply With Quote
i need something for buying as my fabrication-skills are limited.

do i understand right: there are 2 options for the reverse:

no reverse

or reverse selectable, without any inhibitor?

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trialsman

posted on 18/1/15 at 11:40 PM Reply With Quote
Yes but he didn't go into detail on how and where the reverse detent was.
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Trollyjack

posted on 19/1/15 at 08:31 AM Reply With Quote
It can be done
I'll take a photo of mine

lots of the Locost Racers use the 4 speed and quite few differant idears





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phil m

posted on 19/1/15 at 10:30 AM Reply With Quote
Hi

This is the reverse peg that's comes out. . It's a pretty easy job to remove it. With regard to reverse, I made a gate out of Ali to ensure that I don't accidently engage revers. t his sits under the gear stick gaiter out of view



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alfas

posted on 19/1/15 at 12:23 PM Reply With Quote
where does this "reverse peg" sit?
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phil m

posted on 19/1/15 at 07:15 PM Reply With Quote
With gear out stick out of situ, you can it through the aperture looking towards the back of the box. To remove it you remove the blanking disc at the back of the box and using a narrow bar through the gear stick aperture, tap it out . A little awkward but quite straightforward
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alfas

posted on 19/1/15 at 10:58 PM Reply With Quote
does modifying the fork on the lever hasnt the same effect?
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alfas

posted on 22/7/15 at 11:06 PM Reply With Quote
im still searching such a remote lever....but there must be a device fitted that i cannot select the reverse.
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Trollyjack

posted on 23/7/15 at 02:25 PM Reply With Quote
I will post a photo when i get back off holliday





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