Re: Can MOT testing damage transfer Box?
Looking at my fuse box cover... it reads...
"A single axle roller rig may be used for speeds up to 5km/h. The centre
differential lock must be disengaged. For roller tests over 5km/h, either
all four wheels must be rotated at the same speed or if only a single axle
roller rig is available, the centre differential must be locked and the
propeller shaft to the stationary axle must be removed."
Was it a 4x4 specialist garage?
Hope this helps.
Big Red 110CSW
"Dunga" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Just fitted new brake shoes to my 1985, 110, it went for retest at MOT
> station and they failed again on the handbrake, now the transfer box oil
> seal is knackered and brake shoes are contaminated with oil from transfer
> My question is, what sort of damage could the MOT station do by applying
> the handbrake while on the rolling road?