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Hi Folks. About to assemble stripped and cleaned parts for double cardan joint. Central spherical bearing now in Can anyone please advise best sequence for successful rebuild? I can’t decide if I should have two sub assemblies. One starting with main shaft, UJ cross, and short cardan shaft. And another being flange and UJ cross. Then bring these sub assemblies together complete with spherical bit. Or, should short cardan shaft be part of flange sub assembly? Or, am I completely wrong? The annoying thing is that I successfully rebuilt one 15 months ago without trouble, BUT I cannot remember the winning sequence (a bit like the lottery!) Guidance please 🙏
Hi guys simple one today but having a blank moment and sure this is right but double checking I want to replace one my Prop UJ and just checking I have the correct item (as have the work shop, ramp for one day and lot easier than laying in the dirt) so want the correct Item My Landy was a 1990 TD and on past recites the UJ's Ive brought are RTC3458 and TVC1000010G on my recites ...Plus many more (I remember one going back in the past but think this was becouse was given a standard one not HD one but have doubt in the old mind now ...Must be me age) Just checking (as buying via post) that TVC1000010G what says is the smaller 75mm span Heavy Duty GKN Hardy Spicer ...??? This sound right ??? it should fit my landy ??? .....The add says (so should fit mine buts ome times these adds wrong) Series Vehicles Fitted With 75mm Joints Defender From Approx 1986 Rear Prop Defender From Aprox 1986 - 2001 Front Prop Discovery I & II Range Rover P38A Thanks guys