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Towing a Qpod 340

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Feb 17. 3 Replies

hi guys n galsi have just towed my Qpod for 3 hours at about 55 mph only to find my drive belt broke” it was in neutral” is there a speed limit to towing. Could the belt have engaged because of…Continue

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"Glad to hear that Wayne. I have some alloy hinges that I found to be perfect for the job, and I happen to have quite a few spare.  If you would like one, send me your name and address and I'll post one to you. I cut a slot in one side of…"
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"Hi Alan  yes I found the thread and the jobs done, it chewed up the cover a bit so will have make some modifications but other than that all good. Next job is that transmission lock! thanks again Wayne "
Feb 17
Alan replied to Wayne's discussion Towing a Qpod 340
"Hi again Wayne. If you go into the FORUM page and search Drive Belt, you will find the thread on Drive belt change.  It also covers the transmission cones and adjustment. Good luck Al "
Feb 17
Alan left a comment for Wayne
"Hi Wayne Yes the nearside wheel gives you better access although you can do it with it still on.  Did you find the description of how to do it on the forum?  I think I sent you a folder but I'm not good with IT. Al"
Feb 17
Wayne left a comment for Alan
"Hi Alan  when you changed the drive belt did you take the  NSR wheel of for access  thanks wayne  someware in a field in Cornwall I think"
Feb 16
Wayne replied to Wayne's discussion Towing a Qpod 340
"Hi Alan  many thanks for your reply the hinge idea is great wayne"
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Alan replied to Wayne's discussion Towing a Qpod 340
"Hi Wayne. Exactly he same thing happened to me not long after I had my pod.  It must have jumped into gear - even if only for a second.  That is why most people who tow a Pod (which I used to) made some sort of a lock which held the gear…"
Feb 9
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Towing a Qpod 340

hi guys n galsi have just towed my Qpod for 3 hours at about 55 mph only to find my drive belt broke” it was in neutral” is there a speed limit to towing. Could the belt have engaged because of centrifugal force of the back wheels rotating the axle.Also is there any chance of pictures or video on changing the beltthanks wayneSee More
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At 21:04 on February 17, 2018, Alan said…

Glad to hear that Wayne.

I have some alloy hinges that I found to be perfect for the job, and I happen to have quite a few spare.  If you would like one, send me your name and address and I'll post one to you.

I cut a slot in one side of the hinge that slides over the gearstick, and pop riveted the other side to the plastic tub.  Worked a treat.

Alan

At 8:04 on February 17, 2018, Alan said…

Hi Wayne

Yes the nearside wheel gives you better access although you can do it with it still on.  Did you find the description of how to do it on the forum?  I think I sent you a folder but I'm not good with IT.

Al

 
 
 

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