[Healeys] Help in ID'ing a transmission
ardmorebusiness at xtra.co.nz
Wed Jun 29 16:23:11 MDT 2016
It is definitely not a Moss box.
Following on from Andy's comment, I had a similar transmission with the
Borg-Warner O/D some 35 years ago.
The brass ID disc riveted to the top of the gearbox will generally identify
which make and model it came from.
e.g. If it was a Wolseley the prefix will be the letter "W". If there are
numbers they will tell you the engine capacity.
From: Andy Thorp [mailto:bce257 at yahoo.co.nz]
Sent: Wednesday, 29 June 2016 11:26 a.m.
To: healeys at autox.team.net; Brian Drab
Subject: Re: [Healeys] Help in ID'ing a transmission
The overdrive is borg warner which was used on the Wolseley and Austin
sedans in place of the Healey's Laycock.
The gearsets and most internals are the same as Healey for the later boxes
afaik. You can take the top off and look for steel synchro rings or brass on
the earlier ones.
On Wed, 29/6/16, Brian Drab <bgdrab at eastlink.ca> wrote:
Subject: [Healeys] Help in ID'ing a transmission
To: healeys at autox.team.net
Received: Wednesday, 29 June, 2016, 6:01 AM
I'm trying to
help a friend who was given a transmission. He was told was
a centre shift BJ8 tranny. On getting it home he
soon found it wasn't for a BJ8. I believe it is an
early Jaguar Moss transmission but would appreciate any help
in ID'ing which make and model it actually came from
photos of it.ThanksBrian Drab
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