gearbox identification

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red42hj
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gearbox identification

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Could someone identify this gearbox for me? It looks familiar, TC 102 perhaps? photo attached (I hope!)
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red42hj
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Re: gearbox identification

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unknown , I"ll fit it anyway!
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Re: gearbox identification

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later clutched 102
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Charles uk
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Could it be an earlier one H-A, single water inlet holes, long pinion shaft, but no oil nipples, can't remember if any of the AC's ever ran oil.
Make it idiot proof and someone will make a better idiot.
red42hj
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Re: gearbox identification

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Thank you , I think it will run fine!
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