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It is important, when checking the tolerances in the gearbox, that the layshaft is pulled all the way into the rear hub bearing, as far as it will go. One way is to fit the rear hub and tighten it up but this can be difficult on the workbench. As an alternative Mark Broadhurst came up with this sleeve, once the layshaft has been fitted with a soft hammer fit this sleeve over the layshaft then fit and tighten the rear hub nut. This has the same effect of pulling the layshaft into position allowing you to check the tolerances correctly.

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