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i have a 99 freelander in at mo,, and the crown wheel is chewed up in the ird so the question is if i remove the out put shaft and put a blanking plate on (on ebay £20) and remove the props ect will this be ok....as the cars not worth the cost off the ird unit,,,

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If the crown wheel is chewed, surely you will have lost the drive to the front wheels?(If the crown wheel is faulty, it is only the rear drive keeping it going!!!).

Do you mean the bevel gears on the output shaft which takes the drive to the rear wheels?

Just a thought.

Eric.

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If the crown wheel is chewed, surely you will have lost the drive to the front wheels?(If the crown wheel is faulty, it is only the rear drive keeping it going!!!).

Do you mean the bevel gears on the output shaft which takes the drive to the rear wheels?

Just a thought.

Eric.

No on the IRD box the crownwheel only supplies drive to the propshaft. The crownwheel on the final drive supplies drive to the one front wheel and the IRD box

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