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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:46 pm

TomT wrote:Here is the drawing of the 2011/2012 differential. It is at the very bottom.

Well, that one shows a standard bevel differential, and I might have to withdraw my earlier comment.... But this one looks bigger than the one in the post earlier thread, do you think?

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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:50 pm

donald wrote:
TomT wrote:Here is the drawing of the 2011/2012 differential. It is at the very bottom.

Well, that one shows a standard bevel differential, and I might have to withdraw my earlier comment.... But this one looks bigger than the one in the post earlier thread, do you think?


Agreed. I'm not sure what I'm seeing there, but it definitely looks more complex/larger.
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 4:27 pm

mwalsh wrote:Since I can't add another picture to post one...the job of that one cogged gear IS to take the parking pawl, just as I'd envisaged:


Tell me friends, unlock gear possible top may reach to rotate 180 degrees? I will need to unlock upon receipt at the port to drag on the trailer, since no power cars and parking.
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 4:56 pm

If I understand the question, I think it would be easiest to power the 12 volt system briefly, to let the car "start" and go into neutral. If I understand the question...
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:07 pm

LeftieBiker wrote:If I understand the question, I think it would be easiest to power the 12 volt system briefly, to let the car "start" and go into neutral. If I understand the question...


Car after the flood, there is not 12V, but remained at the parking lot, the wheels are locked.
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:11 pm

LeftieBiker wrote:If I understand the question, I think it would be easiest to power the 12 volt system briefly, to let the car "start" and go into neutral. If I understand the question...


The question was whether it is possible to quickly unlock deferentsial in a container seaport?
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:11 pm

mostenec wrote:
mwalsh wrote:Since I can't add another picture to post one...the job of that one cogged gear IS to take the parking pawl, just as I'd envisaged:


Tell me friends, unlock gear possible top may reach to rotate 180 degrees? I will need to unlock upon receipt at the port to drag on the trailer, since no power cars and parking.



My experience with inoperable salvage cars is that they are usually lifted and moved around on a forklift, particularly if the cars have automatic transmissions (so can't easily be let out of gear) and/or electronic parking brakes. I very much expect this to have been the case with your car already (you might check with the seller). I'm not trying to freak you out, or depress you about your purchase, but I have had experience in this.

At the port, when it comes to inoperable manual cars with old-style handbrakes, they let the car out of gear, take the handbrake off, and push the cars around with a forklift too.

If you car has already been forklifted around, you may as well ask if the forklift driver for the transportation company can help you lift the car onto your trailer. It's not like it can cause that much more damage. But I would check well before your car gets to port, so there are no surprises if they can't.

Alternatively, a dolly system like that from Go-Jak would help you get the car to where it would roll around. The car will be like it's on skates though, so somewhat unwieldy - I would have a couple of friends with you to keep the car under control while you winch it onto your trailer.

Hope this helps.
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:32 pm

Thanks for the answer , I am fully aware what I bought a car , if the seller did not disappoint me , I hope that 's no cheating . As I wrote earlier , I love to tinker with cars , and understand what me need to do a large job, we are ready to s friend do as exeperimental . With respect to delivery , yes, we have agreed with the seller about the shipping company and they will deliver a car to the port of Gdynia in Poland . But I need to pick up the car on a trailer with a winch , but locking is a big problem . If there is no other way i can hire a truck, but it is very expensive look can cope on their own . I'm going with my friends at least 3 people . I'll keep you posted and take pictures whenever possible . Today the car and shipping are fully paid , and I expect the seller when he went to Poland and give the track number.
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:54 pm

There is another option here with such devices for transporting cars to the garage. It is necessary to make and take to the road. The only thing I would increase diametr wheels, these are too small. This can be a problem on the rise winch trailer.

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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:56 pm

mostenec wrote:Today the car and shipping are fully paid , and I expect the seller when he went to Poland and give the track number.


Eventually you will have contact details at the port in Poland for a company that is handling the importation of the car (either shipping company or freight forwarding company). If it works the same way as it works here, you will probably settle customs duties with this company (though sometimes you can settle customs duties directly with the customs agency of the Government instead) and they will give you a release for the car. It is this company you should ask about any assistance they can offer with moving the vehicle around the port in Poland. The area where cars are stored directly off the ship is usually bonded, and it's an area where the public is not allowed, so they have to at least have a plan for getting the car from the bonded area to the release area.
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Tinted windows.
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FIAMM horns.
Superbright LED lighting.
2013 sun visors.
LED shifter.
Heated seats.
GT-R map lamp lenses.
AV L2 EVSE.

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