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  1. Landrover ownership, the gift that keeps on giving! Felt a slight vibration yesterday over 40 mph and had a quick look underneath when I stopped. One of the UJs was cream crackered. The last time I did them I could only get replacements without grease nipples. Which bright spark thought that was a good idea? All done and dusted ready to go back on now, and a lot easier now I have a vice on the bench. I found it useful to screw a pice of wood to the bench to support the prop when it was in the vice.
  2. 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
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