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Removing struck inner driveshaft
Posted by StephenB [Email] (more from StephenB) on Fri, 26 Aug 2016 23:58:56
Hi I am swapping over the transmission in my Sonett. I only have. A"New" rear assembly so I need to reuse the bell housing etc. I have one of the inner driveshafts off, It popped straight off but the RHS one is proving hard to move. Any advice???
Also th etop cover on th e"New" trans got cracked on the air freight to Australia, so I need to move the old one. I lifted the cover, is it tricky to line up the two pivoting plates with the locating holes in the two selector shafts??
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