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Official Webber RB7 Build Diary - Issues 33 - 40 Options
Tomick
#1 Posted : 16 August 2013 15:32:01

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Issue 33 - contains the tail light mount and screws.

Position the tail light mount onto the upper side of the diffuser fitted last time.

Properly engage the sides then secure with three screws from the underside in the positions shown.

This completes this stage.

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#2 Posted : 02 September 2013 08:58:48

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Issue 34 - Contains the lower rear bulkhead and scews.

Fit the bulkhead onto the rear of the chassis as shown, then secure on the underside with five 3x10mm screws.

Ths completes this stage.
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#3 Posted : 03 September 2013 08:51:21

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Issue 35 - Contains the lower left rear wishbone and fittings.

Carefully cutaway both the sprue's from the wishbone, then screw a ball-headed screw in place as shown.

Fit a pillow ball at the shorter end of the wishbobe (ensure it correctly oriented).

Fit the black ball-headed screw in the posittion shown on the lower rear bulkehead, then fit the longer arm of the wishbone onto it.

Secure the shorter end in place with a 3x14mm screw through the pillow ball and into the hole indicated.

That completes this stage.
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#4 Posted : 03 September 2013 08:53:28

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Issue 36 - Contains the right lower rear wishbone and fittings.

Prepare and assemble the right lower wishbone as before, then fit it onto the right side of the chassis as shown.

That completes this stage.
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#5 Posted : 03 September 2013 08:56:01

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Issue 37 - Contains the one half of the differential case, a bearing, diff shaft, O-ring, washer and a pin.

Fit the bearing onto the diff case, then fit the diff shaft into the case from the outside.

Place the red 'O' ring onto the shaft on the inside, ensure it is fully seated into its seating, then place the washer on top and secure the shaft with the pin as shown.

This completes this stage of the diff case assembly, carefully store it and the remaining bevel gear until the next stage.
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#6 Posted : 24 September 2013 12:26:05

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Issue 38 - Contains a grease pack, differential bevel gears, gear shaft and differential cap.

Take the differential case and 20T bevel gear from the previous stage.

Fit the gear into the pin within the diff case, so that its top face is level with the central shaft, (if it is not level then the gear is not properly located on the pin).

Apply a little grease to the gear shaft, then slide on the 10T bevel gears in the orientation shown.

Fit the shaft into the differential case so that the gears are resting on the 20T bevel gear.
Apply grease into the differential case, spreading the grease into the gears, gently rotate the differential shaft to coat the surfaces, (you may need to hold down the horizontal shaft to do this).

Take the differential cap, place it on top of the case then set the unit aside until the next stage.
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#7 Posted : 24 September 2013 12:32:41

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Issue 39 - Contains the differential gear ring & shaft, screws, bearing, pin, washer and an O ring.

Remove the differential cap from the previous assembly. Fit the bearing onto the cap, pushing bit down as far as it will go.

Slide the bearing side of the cap onto the differential shaft.

Fit an O ring on the inside pf the cap, followed by the washer, pin and the 20T bevel gear. Ensure that the gear is porperly seated upon the pin.

Apply grease to the gear, then fit the cap onto the differential case.

Rotate the cap to align the four holes, then fit the gear ring as shown, and secure with four screws so that the heads are flush with the surface.

You can now test the differential by turning the output shafts in opposite directions, the movement should be notch free.

Place the differential unit into the RB7 gearbox housing until the next stage.
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#8 Posted : 25 September 2013 16:55:20

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Issue 40 - Contains a pre-assembled bevel drive gear shaft and bearings.

Slide one of the bearings onto the drive gear shaft.

Take the RB7 chassis.

Fit the bevel gear shaft assembly into the rear facing bearing slot as shown.

Add the second bearing to the shaft, slide it into the forward gearbox slot.

This completes this stage.

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