Re: Gear Issue
I just did a swapping of the gears, and it appears to be the truck itself. On the 88571 the truck is plastic. At this point, I really do believe
that somehow, perhaps as it was cooling after manufacturing, it developed a slight bend to it? Not much of a guess but the gears and
pins all seem sound.
Since the gears function well in the other truck.....
I've had an really lousy bit of luck lately with gears! Still waiting for my 88861 gears as well.
- At 6/1/01 07:14 AM, you wrote:
>If I had to guess, it almost seems as if the hole the kingpin goes throughOf course it's possible. You don't have many options for fixing it. You could
>wasn't made quit right at the factory. It's off just enough to cause
>Does this sound possible?
fill the hole with putty and drill a new one, but that wouldn't be very strong.
Your best bet is a new truck.
With the tolerances as tight as they are in these things, it's a wonder it
doesn't happen more often.
If debugging is the process of removing bugs, then
programming must be the process of putting them in.