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Don2138
April 5, 2010, 5:38pm Report to Moderator


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Just completed a rebuild of the differential on my Stag.

Includes information about Quill shaft, Drive shafts and Extension housing.

May be of use to others ?.

Go to: http://www.donkennedy.co.uk/Diff/Diff.htm

Don Kennedy


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anthropoidape
April 6, 2010, 12:53am Report to Moderator


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Good stuff, thank you.
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GT6 M
April 8, 2010, 8:32pm Report to Moderator

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gives you some satisfaction when ye doo it your self,

reading all the books , is nothing to actually doo ing it,

well done,least you had a go,and got it done,and saved a small countries anual GDP,in the process,

regards marcus


One does not have to know how a thing works, to know that it is not working right

Ye div,nt efta no ooa thing wuks, t,no its nut wuk,n reet.







Scaryport,��Cumbria,.
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tiggrr1
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That is an excellent read and a good general guide to diff rebuilding too!!!


Moderators may I suggest that it could be a "Sticky" in the Technical chit chat section???


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