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sean sherry 5th September 2016 02:35 PM

Only for non Luddites
 
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/201...-transmission-

The best article I have seen on the modern Automatic Transmissions being developed. There will be no escape down the track on what to buy.
Longest Warranty will be the decider. Manufacturers only give longer Warranties when thy don't expect any claims ...

Buy Korean ?

c107 5th September 2016 03:46 PM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
here is the full URL:
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/201...-on-the-leash/

Helmet 5th September 2016 06:28 PM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by c107 (Post 65034)

Thanks Bryce

sean sherry 5th September 2016 07:55 PM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
Any further comments Helmet ? You are at the coal face now and in the future.

c107 6th September 2016 09:58 AM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
I found this quite interesting.
I didn't understand all of it as I am not particularly knowledgeable about how gearboxes work internally, but a useful read.

Similarly, I found this article quite good, again not fully understanding all the workings:

http://ateupwithmotor.com/terms-tech...istory-part-1/

Ate Up with Motor is a site you can lose many hours browsing.

sean sherry 6th September 2016 12:26 PM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
Thanks for that link Bryce...a very interesting History lesson for me.

BenzBoy 6th September 2016 07:01 PM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
Oh dear, I got lost when someone mentioned synchromesh....what's wrong with a good "crash" gearbox? Get the timing right and you hardly need touch the clutch! OK - luddite is within my vocabulary. :rolleyes:
Regards,
Brian

sean sherry 7th September 2016 09:21 AM

Re: Only for non Luddites
 
How right you are Brain, one of my first Cars, Down Under, was a 1929 De Soto Doctors Coupe with a 3 sp crash Box. A joy to use and easily timed. I also recall overhauling a crash Box in a Ford Truck in the late Fifties, it was so easy to Drive afterwards, all the parts were available off the shelf from Ford.


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