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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 07-14-2015, 06:58 PM
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Axle

Simple.
Have a 2 liter axle resplined to the smaller 105 spline size.

Simple as well, convert to a 2 liter LSD Diff.

I build 105 sized LSD units by machining 2 liter LSD carriers to match bearing & ring gear positions of the 105 smaller unit. Then welding up the splined ends of the 105 axles and re-splining to fit the larger 2 liter drive splines which fit the LSDs units.

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Sure doesn't seem like that would leave a lot of meat in between the ID of the carrier bearings and the OD of the axle splines---

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axles

The 2 liter axles are much larger OD than those in the 105 series cars.

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Precisely. And the ID of the inner race of the carrier bearings for the 2 liter axles is also much larger than it is in the earlier axles. hence my comment. Boring the carrier from an early axle to accept the late axle shafts would tend to leave the bearing seats on the carrier on the thin side.
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Is any one making reproduction course 15 spline axles? for GTAs
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Is any one making reproduction course 15 spline axles? for GTAs
http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/gta-...15-spline.html

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