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What does a chipped tooth sound like? Bit of a vague question I know but one of our work trucks has always crunched pretty bad when going into reverse regardless of how long you sit with the clutch depressed first. Now it's also making a rhythmic thumping when reversing. Wondering if a tooth or maybe a synchro has given out?

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On 09/10/2021 at 19:11, yoeddynz said:

 

 (well... if you can call 3 or 4 MB per sec good. But it is for us.

 

We have RBI (via cell tower) because it’s all we can get short of Starlink. I consider 3-4 Mbps pretty good. (It’s actually shit, but during the school hols it’s been sitting around 0.5-0.8!!) 

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Aloha gentlemen, if one were to blow down a 1/4" fuel return line, how much resistance ought one expect to encounter?

 

I've just dropped the gearbox out of my car to swap over the "semi blocked" fuel return line in the car, then I went to test the spare and found it completely blocked. I put some compressed air down the one in the car again and it seems to have improved, but I'm hesitant to put the box back in unless I'm sure it'll work.

 

Edit: Follow up question, is it feasible to bend ali bundy tube by running it under the car, or does it really need to be bent up then installed?

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On 15/10/2021 at 07:39, MaxPower said:

Hey brought one of chinas finest Weber’s, looking down from from the top theres two jets? Which look to be round the wrong way one says 160 on the secondary and 170 on the primary is this right?

What engine are you putting it on out of interest? Bigger air jet means leaner at top end. Isn't unusual to have a larger one on the primary for fuel economy at cruise and having the secondary jetted richer for power under load. I'm keen to see how it works for you. I've got a couple Chinese dcoe 45s coming for a project. I've had issues of rubber components in Chinese carb kits not liking our fuel and swelling in the past. So wondering what these carbs will throw my way. 

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