Set of NOS Scurlock gears for sale in NZ.
How well would it work and how robust would it be in the conditions it was designed for? Could the answer explain why it wasn't used?
More info in this old thread, see:
In it, Les says:
"If you have a new set of originals a method to reproduce could be to get them "investment cast" from probably 4140 or similar steel. This type of steel can be ion nitrided to a good harness. Investment casting will provide a close tolerance product with no machining. I could maybe help you with this."
If the buyer is from the forum maybe this can be done.
I love the wry comments in the details. Feature a T fish tailing out of control as smoke pours from the burning rubber. In the immortal words of J. Thaddeus Toad, Esq., "Gad ! Gotta have that !"
Well the current price is certainly right!!
I'm not interested anymore as I went with the Bailey "ratcheting " approach.
The Scurlock was offered for the V8 as well. I suspect it worked fairly well in mud and snow