These all have the same later gearset/bearing designs. All have too tall of gears on 3rd/4th/and 5th 1.23/.95/.76).
Changing any of them requires accurate machining and welding to fit the revised internal design.
Re-hardening is critical and afterwards the cluster gear has to be opened again to fit over the shaft. Thats just a result of heating and chilling in quenching oil.
The client's diff did not come with any spacers. I'm assuming they're metal. Although different sizes the left and right hands came with 0.5mm; 0.2mm; 0.15mm. Those of you who rebuild your differential on these cars, what do you use for shims - and do you also use a gasket sealer?
I am trying to get a little more release in my clutch as it's new and I am getting a little grind when getting into first or reverse.
I have removed the majority of the pedal linkage slop by replacing the worn clevis pins and making all new clevis pins slightly oversize where needed. It is...
How do I know if the limited-slip differential in my car is working properly ?
I placed the car on an elevator and move (manually) the wheels. If I move the left hand wheel to the front direction, the right hand should move in the same direction or not ??
Thanks in advance
transmission selector, Fifth and Reverse, has become very difficult over short time. It's not hard to bring over the shift lever, but then trying to push into either Fifth or Reverse takes great deal of effort..like overcoming some mechanical resistance. When I exert considerable (way out of...
Hello, I disassembled the propshaft from my Alfetta GTV few months ago, but I lost the photos, I made during disassembly proces. So now I‘m not sure about correct orientation of the front and rear guibos. Could someone tell me, which side of the front guibo should face the engine and which side...