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Warrior drive line

#1
Sorry gents just come back to the real world from 18 months in the OP cycle just wondered about warrior drive line inspection, it used to be replace the U/J after 5 years is it still the case or is it 15000km, I know all about the tool etc just cant find anything about the 5 year thing and i know ive seen it somewhere cheers
 
#3
read everything on TDOL but just something niggling at the back of my brain I will find it just thought might be quicker on here got a lot on my plate you know
 
#4
An old letter / signal ? Kit Magazine ? An AESP ? An old Land Tech Bulletin ( RiP ) ?

It's pretty shambolic how we get technical information down to the masses.........
 
#5
Exactly my thoughts Lacrabat 18 months ago was on time or on insp with the new tool thingy, now its on useage from what i can gather, 15000km or on insp with aformentioned table like tool. Just like to put my mind at ease had a few of these break the bolts in the early days before the flanges were serrated cheers
 
#7
Please tell me more of this new transmission trickery, does that mean engine as well, as i dont think there is much wrong with the one its got at the moment its bloody bullet proof except for the generator which is a bit fragile. Second stage valve block and cloggy up starters off the dust in the bell housing but heh even when its worn out its got loads of power.
 
#8
Brake pack improvement I believe. No change to the engine. Most generator problems I've encountered have been down to the hull electrics, worth bearing in mind.
 
#9
Yeah had some problems like that as well as marraige panel going into melt down two days into a desert patrol on the Iran/Iraq border, just so happened to be the command variants did a nice BDR with a slave lead off the genny lugs straight to the slave lead socket on the HMJB worked a treat until i could sweat some soltax connectors back on. Any way i digress one of my lads tells me its as you say larger brakes to do with the UOR kit, good bit of kit Warrior easy to fix and maintain.
 

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