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Powerfold Worm Gears

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Powerfold Worm Gears

Post Number:#1  Post by Jake » May 11th, 2013, 1:25

To support Rob (Trebor) and his superb work on the powerfold worm gear project, the Enthusiasts' have purchased 31 sets, so a total of £100.75 :)
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Re: Powerfold Worm Gears

Post Number:#2  Post by Trebor » May 17th, 2013, 5:33

And much appreciated it was too, donations such as this have made the difference between success and failure so a big thanks for the Enthusiasts support
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Re: Powerfold Worm Gears

Post Number:#3  Post by Terrorfex » September 14th, 2013, 8:18

On a related note - have we seen evidence of wear from the Mk.2 Powerfolds (Skullcaps), of a similar failure as affected the Mk.1 (Bullet) Powerfolds necessitating the project to manufacture replacement worm gears?
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Re: Powerfold Worm Gears

Post Number:#4  Post by Trebor » September 18th, 2013, 9:51

I have no evidence of that but maybe because the skullcaps are on the later cars and not quite so old, they do have different motors in them which are no longer available but are the same as those fitted to the older XJ Jags and some Volvos
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