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Gearbox Identification


Eddie
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I bought a gearbox from eBay that was advertised as being for a Herald 13/60.

 

However, as mentioned in another thread it had a reversing light switch and as far as I know Heralds were not fitted with reversing lights.

 

The number stamped on the top of the 'box looks like CB 150805.

 

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Does anybody know if this is the correct 'box for my 1969 13/60 ?

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Nope (at least not from the factory AFAIK)

But all the bits could be swapped from a vitesse/gt6 or suitable spitfire. Only the gearbox remote/switches needed.

 

So could this be a Spitfire gearbox? Were they the same apart from the reverse light switch?

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All three rails look and are the same the serial prefix denotes the spec of the box, any spitfire box will start with an F herald with a G

this will change ratio, s input shafts, output flanges to suit the model ranges its fitted too.

 

As said the switch bracket is a common fitment to support either a reverse or overdrive switch

on any of the model range be it herald spitfire, vitesse , Gt6 , Bond etc

 

pete

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