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Gear selection is bad coming down the box from second to first is terrible.answers please?


Read this link. It sounds like your synchronizer is just getting worn out. When you downshift, there is a little bevel collar that grabs on to your transmission driveshaft and speeds up the first geat to mynchronize with the speed of the second gear. When the collar starts wearing out, you get the problem you have, which is the speed of the second gear and the first gear aren't matched, so it is hard to engage them.
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/manual-transmission-synchronizers.htm

Feb 23, 2015 | Suzuki GSF 1200 Bandit N Motorcycles

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Noise when shifting gears


transmission synchronizers most common cause of transmisson noise in certain gears, and not others, might want to check the gear oil level. Transmission rebuild required. To read about them and what they actually do, then here is a good read:
When you shift gears in your standard shift car, you move a rod that moves a fork that engages the gear. Depending which gear you're shifting to, a different fork does the job. The fork moves the collar to the desired gear, and dog teeth on the collar mesh up with holes on the gear in order to engage it. You engage reverse gear through a separate, small idler gear. The reverse gear always turns in the opposite direction of the other (forward) gears.
In years past, double-clutching was common in order to disengage a gear, allow the collar and next gear to reach the same speed, and then to engage the new gear. To double-clutch shift, you pushed the clutch pedal to free the engine from the transmission. Then the collar moved into neutral. You released the clutch and revved the engine to get it to the right rpm value for the next gear so the collar and the next gear spun at the same rate to allow the dog teeth to engage the gear. When the engine hit the right speed, you depressed the clutch again in order to lock the collar into place on the next gear.
Modern cars use synchronizers in order to avoid the need for double-clutching. A synchronizer, or "synchro," lets the collar and gear synchronize their speeds while they're already in contact but before the dog teeth engage. Each manufacturer's synchro is slightly different than the others, but the basic idea is the same. For instance, a cone on one gear will fit into a cone-shaped depression on the collar. The gear and collar synchronize their speeds thanks to the friction between the cone and collar. Then the outer part of the collar moves out of the way so that the gear can be engaged by the dog teeth.

Dec 16, 2013 | Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Cars & Trucks

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Collar shocking dog through doorway


you need to earth the doors. the metal in the door frame is causing the problem..

Nov 03, 2013 | SportDOG SD-SDF100a Brand Inground Fence...

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How do flea collars work as a form of flea control for my dog?


Flea collars work in one of two ways: by releasing a toxic gas and by being absorbed into your pets dermatological fat layer. The second kind is far more effective.

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The plastic base the blades are fitted in ,cracked need to order replacement


the part is Black and Decker Blender Base Collar Ring BL5000-11
However these are prone to cracking. I ordered a second after my first cracked, and the second one cracked after just a couple uses.

Jun 09, 2010 | Black & Decker BL1900R Blender

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If your collars a stolen form your dog can the theif program them to his handheld


yes it takes about 5 seconds to program in a new collar. My friend and I track each others collars when we go hunting.

Jan 04, 2010 | Garmin Astro 220 GPS

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Depth collar broke. can't find part.


You have a couple of choices here. The quick fix is to go to any hardware store and buy a set of depth collars that you attach directly to the bit using an allen wrench. The second choice is to tell me your brand name, and model number and I can probably locate a replacement part for you.

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