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Series60 14L vibration / bull gear


Created On Wednesday June 03, 2015 16:52 Diesel Talk
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SeriesSixty
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I understand the bull gear on the 14L is different than the 12.7 , that it does not have roller bearings. Also a little "play" is allowable. Other than gear lash, I get some play -pushing in and pulling back using a screw driver. I did not measure the play with a dial indicator but I would guess .040 or more. I came across this while searching for a vibration RPM @ 850 to 1000. Does anyone know the allowable amount of play on this gear, and any Ideas on engine vibration. Engine in neutral not driving.
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Brent
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Might want to put it in Detroit page.
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Compact geartrain is 12 thou of an inch on any gear in the geartrain Regards David

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