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Replacing gearbox housing, please help


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ajt1991

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I'm replacing the housing of my drp gearbox as the half that mounts on to the chassis mount is damaged. I have a decent replacement for the housing and I've got the old housing off, but before I can attach the new half to the bell housing I need to remove bearings etc from the old housing and put them in my new one, however there are a few ball pins (if that's what they're called) and I can't figure out how to get them out, there's nothing but a metal cap on the outside of the case and there's nothing I can stick a socket, spanner or hex on - so I've got no idea how to get them out.

I've managed to get bearings out etc with a heat gun and some blind bearing pullers but yeah I've hit a wall now, and I don't want to damage them although I'm tempted to just get the angle grinder out.

 

I'll attach some photos and hopefully you can help me.

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Edited by ajt1991, 10 October 2020 - 12:56 PM.


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No idea. But could this video be helpful=

https://www.youtube....h?v=BpYVpytnqVk



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No idea but you are aware that you'll have to reset the preloads for the input/output shafts and diff bearings?

 

This requires shimming the bearing races and measuring running torque as per guidlelines set out in ELSA


Edited by G60Dub, 15 October 2020 - 11:49 AM.

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