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Series 2A gearbox/transfer case assy.

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I had no idea that Rocky Mountains did one, but yes it's very similar to the flat one ..!


the golden question...

has it stopped that darned annoying leak??

That remains to be seen, as it will be some time before the vehicle is ready for the road.

Having said that I'm pretty confident, I had a mate with his milling machine, who milled the business side not that it really needed it, and installed it with a 10 thou gasket, plastered with lashings of Stag..! Further, the studs which were loose in the T/C casing, we're cleaned up and loctited into the casing, so there is no possibility of a leak there.


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