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brindel
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Date Posted:01/08/2014 08:48:48Copy HTML

Hi all. Been a member for a few years, but this is my first post.is it ok for my rb44 to go on a roller brake test at a vosa station.
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Re:Rb44 roller break test

Date Posted:02/08/2014 01:43:48Copy HTML

Yeah, on account of the diff in the transfer box, but I believe there may be a 'special' code used to set the equipment up for testing vehicles with permanent AWD (not sure the code used for testing mine will be useful tho as it's in a different weight class to a '44)
it seemed like a good idea at the time
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Re:Rb44 roller break test

Date Posted:03/08/2014 09:47:36Copy HTML

Thanks for the quick reply.

My old brake test results say the dtp number is B04005 which comes up with Reynolds Boughton.
Passed a new mot last week but on the way home it drove different. Heard about diffs winding up which lead me to check my paperwork and on this one the brake test results have nothing in the dtp codes section and nothing in the vehicle make.

Does anyone know anything about diff wind up and/or experienced it? I'd like to know what the signs are.

Cheers!

 


 

 

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Re:Rb44 roller break test

Date Posted:22/08/2014 10:30:41Copy HTML

 Could the Diff lock be engaged ?   it`s vacuum operated from the centre floor knob. Obviously this must not be locked for rolling road test. or driven on a made up road surface . just for use off road & loose surfaces.
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Re:Rb44 roller break test

Date Posted:26/08/2014 10:03:19Copy HTML

 Hi, I don't really know much about diff wind up but when i took someones s75 4x4 with same set up just different rear axle for a test i mentioned axle wind up and they said they too didn't know how the rolling road test would affect a permenant 4x4 so did a single wheel at a time with some gadget, it passed but with this system i reckon most would. 
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Re:Rb44 roller break test

Date Posted:02/06/2015 11:48:11Copy HTML

 If the Transfer box is put in NEUTRAL. as well as the Gearbox (Obviously!) The Rolling road Brake Test will work.
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Re:Rb44 roller break test

Date Posted:05/06/2015 05:04:25Copy HTML

 that is good to know thanks 

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