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Old 08-25-2019, 02:43 PM   #1
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Gearbox pressure

Running a Lehman 120 with Werner Borg gear box. My drive pressure has always been 110. Not sure if that's in range?Click image for larger version

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Welcome aboard. No idea if that is a proper pressure or not. I donít have that gauge on mine.
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From my borg warner manual (not sure which model you have)

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So you need to know what pressure tap is used.

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Thanks. That'll help
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I really like to dive down and prove gauges, etc, are reading correctly, and dive down into the spec to make sure everything being monitored is in the normal and expected range.

But, even before I know the true spec or have proven the instrumentation -- I find it worth an immediate investigation if anythings of any importance show differently than they always has.

So, even while you are hunting for the spec, if you aren't already, I'd just keep an eye out for changes and also check the accuracy of the gauges whenever you have the chance.
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