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I am beginning the task of collecting all the parts I need to rebuild my '79.

I don't own a trans so will purchase one from ds-vitesse in Holland.

One obvious part I need are the hubs for the inboard brakes.

What document should I refer to when looking for the part number? I assume it the part number I would use to define what I'm looking for?

This is the first time I'm going down this path with the esprit.

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Hi, my gearboxes comes complete. With output shaft housing and axles.  

https://www.sjsportscars.com/parts-and-accessories/C079D4002G.htm 🙂

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Perhaps @dsvitesse1 can clarify :)

 

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Where in Hampshire are you? I'm between Basingstoke and Winchester if you need to compare notes and you're not a million miles away. Good luck with the rebuild.

Pete

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Alex, do you have the halfshafts, u-joints and their bespoke adapter hubs for connecting to the transaxle output shafts? 

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Hi,

Peteyg, in the UK I'm based near Titchfiled so it would be good to get your advice when I am back. For the foreseeable I am in Holland, without the car.

I just checked the S1/S2 manual. According to page D2 I have the 'intermediate-shaft'(12) & 'drivesaft-flange'(13). 

Does that mean I am in need of 2x 'drive-shaft-adaptors' (page J6)? (these are the 'bespoke-adaptor-hubs' mentioned above?)

Also, does Lotus have a parts coding system like modern cars? or am I wishful thinking?

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after some more digging I found what I was after...the part number

this site was handy:

http://rdent.com/manuals/esprit/

I think the part number I am after is C079D4002G (x2)

Does that sound right?

and now I just found the matching parts list document PDF. I should have found this sooner! This makes life easier.

Although I fear finding the C079D4002G will be hard!

Any leads will be greatly appreciated.

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Yes, D4002G is what I'd thought to be the object in need of creative sourcing if not already in hand as these are exclusive to Lotus. There has for some time been listed on Ebay (U.S.) a complete rear suspension links set for S1/S2. Otherwise it's likely to be specialist breakers like LotusBits in the UK who may just possibly have what you'll need.

Best of luck

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