Hi Jed, Would this be Sprint or 1500 / 1850 please ? And is it the actual pin or the operating lever that has broken . The pin is a fairly substantial bit of metalwork.
Now I'm trying to rebuild an 1850 gearbox and the bad news is that gearbox bits are getting scarce sadly.
Just to digress for a mo.
Sprint pin is 106448 and is NLA. It is common to the Stag / Herald / Spitfire / Vitesse and GT6 so someone should have one.
The Sprint lever is 129894 and is still available . Interestingly Rimmers show this supplied complete with the pin in their picture. It could be a Buy It Now moment !
The 1500 / 1850 single rail Pin is DAM1714 which is still available from Rimmers, but is spline fixing.
The early 3 rail pin is 106448 and the lever is 106254, both look NLA. Early 3-rail pin is secured with a nylock
Now from my experience of 1850 / 1500 boxes it looks like they have all been overhauled at least once.
I have a single rail (late ) box with some early 3 rail bits in it.
I also have a set of 1500 bits in an 1850 casing
Can you establish if you have the splined pin or the nyloc nut fixing please. If you don't have any luck with the usual suppliers come back to us and I'll see what I have spare on one of these other boxes. I wonder if the casing can be machined to accept a spline fixing if it is currently nyloc equipped ?