Our team is currently in the process of making a custom dog shifter (already in advanced manufacturing stages), what are the most common fail points we should be looking out for?
If your gearbox has a high spread between the high and low gears, the dogs themselves can break when shifting while moving. That’s our pre-2017 experience, at least. We had shifters in 2017 and 18, and used ball shifters instead which worked reliably.
I have never had this happen to us but I have heard of a few teams breaking the dogs when shifting under high loads.
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