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 why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?

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PostSubject: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:37 pm

For the love ne money i cant work out why this bolt has to hold the drive pin? as the pin is concealed in the gear and there in no way of any movement or displacement of the pin..

i might be wrong but if any one can shed any sense on this, i will stop scratching my head ( no i dont have nits )
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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:28 pm

No clue on that one trojan.
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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:00 am

Where is this drive pin exactly? In the tranny?

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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:27 am

Are you talking about the brake hub?

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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:56 pm

Not the brake hub, other end of layshaft were the pin goes through and a gear slides down the layshaft over the pin ( in the gearbox)
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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 4:52 pm



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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 4:57 pm

trojan 1 wrote:
Not the brake hub, other end of layshaft were the pin goes through and a gear slides down the layshaft over the pin ( in the gearbox)

To be honest I have run my trannys without that hold down bolt since the day I assembled them!
My kit shorted me one and I didnt understand why I needed it anyway!
I have never blew up my tranny because of it either. I just rebuilt mine because it was 2 years old and it was time to do. Looking at everything tht was in there the only thing that needed to be replaces was the Diff oil and the bearings

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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:12 pm

only thing i can think off , is that its there to take the play out the pin and prevent wear?

but i had no play anyway, so it don't make to much sense to me..
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PostSubject: Re: why has the layshaft on a baja have a m4 bolt holding the pin?   Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:58 pm

I dont like it. If that screw backs out and gets loose then you will have a catastraphic failure of the diff. So Im not gonna change it. It aint proke and as i said b5 I have not had an issue for over two years now!
I Dont need it. It is holding up to an ESP 30.5. So we be good

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