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1964 spitfire 4. Works done - new sync rings, new clutch, master cyl overhauled, new bearing, crank ok, pedal top ok, cleat ok, no spare travel in pedal. Gearbox fine when cold for 20 miles then baulks into 2nd eventually will not go in at all, all other gears ok [g,box oil changed]. Ran out of ideas -help!

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Sorry to but in

Sounds like fault 2nd syncro/baulk ring

I know this is going to upset you strip the box

Fine when cold every thing expands when hot I take its one gear only ???

Suggest new 1st/2nd syncro + baulk rings

Its all in the box ???

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Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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Only 2nd and only when heated? Is it repeatable all the time. If you stop will it shift with or without motor runing?

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