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 on: November 27, 2021, 11:46:11 AM 
Started by squiglyzigly - Last post by Neil-yaj396
Without wishing to rub Neilís nose in things further- but itís 15% off today for Black Friday.

Mark

Thanks!

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 on: November 27, 2021, 09:44:08 AM 
Started by Alt.Clr - Last post by WestonE
Hi Peter

Energizing 2 circuits at the same time on a split in the loom. There is a Relay convention document and I have it somewhere for aiding restful sleep. 87 normally is the priority switched output.

Eric

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 on: November 26, 2021, 10:39:18 PM 
Started by Alt.Clr - Last post by peteracs
That is a change over relay Nigel. i.e. it switches the connection between 87 and 87a. Typically You want the one that shows 87 and 87a joined together as dual outlets switched on when the coil is energized.   

I have no images available to share right now.

Eric

Hi Eric

I am curious why you need a relay with two pins connected to the same point?

Also I would have assumed the naming convention for these devices is consistent with 87a always being normal connected?

Peter

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 on: November 26, 2021, 02:40:36 PM 
Started by squiglyzigly - Last post by smithymc
Without wishing to rub Neilís nose in things further- but itís 15% off today for Black Friday.

Mark

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 on: November 26, 2021, 01:10:34 PM 
Started by mangocrazy - Last post by mangocrazy
Thanks Guy. Assemble dry it is. Easier that way, anyway.

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 on: November 26, 2021, 12:05:29 PM 
Started by squiglyzigly - Last post by Clifford
Thank you for the heads up. I have now bought a set for my Spyder rear axle 👍😊

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 on: November 26, 2021, 11:01:18 AM 
Started by mangocrazy - Last post by SanRemo78
There are no fluids there to stop leaking out... Unless one of you main seals lets go in which case, containing it would only lead to rapid clutch contamination and failure. Assemble dry!
Guy

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 on: November 26, 2021, 09:42:27 AM 
Started by Alt.Clr - Last post by WestonE
Hi Nigel

Sorry for the stress. You test means you know for sure on 87 vs 87a for your needs. As I said the more common type you can connect to 87, 87a or 87 & 87a and they all provide switched power.

Eric   

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 on: November 25, 2021, 11:44:21 PM 
Started by mangocrazy - Last post by mangocrazy
Gearbox fitting... Get a couple of spare long bolts with cleaned thread and a hacksaw. Cut the hex off and cut a slot in the exposed surface. Chamfer the raw edges. Screw the resulting studs into the block and use as guides to help take the weight of the box and align the spigot in the clutch. Fit the remaining bolts, unscrew the guides and put the correct bolts in. Bag and label the guide screws for next time.
Sit back with a cup of tea whilst contemplating how easy that was compared to every other time you've done it.

This will also help locating the steel plate between the block and the 'box.
Guy

Excellent stuff, Guy. That should work, and work well. Pretty sure I've got some spare long bolts of the correct (fine) thread pitch, so that certainly equates to A Plan.

Cheers!

Graham

<edit> - just a thought - do you use any instant gasket on the mating surfaces, or assemble dry?

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 on: November 25, 2021, 10:24:17 PM 
Started by Alt.Clr - Last post by Nigel
That is a change over relay Nigel. i.e. it switches the connection between 87 and 87a. Typically You want the one that shows 87 and 87a joined together as dual outlets switched on when the coil is energized.   

I have no images available to share right now.

Eric

That got me out to the garage Eric. Upon energising 85 and 86, contact is made between 30 and 87, and is lost between 30 and 87a.
When I de-energise 85 and 86, contact is lost between 30 and 87 and made at 30 and 87a.

The diagram may not accurately reflect this, but the relay is good for this purpose.

Nigel

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