soldave Posted March 4, 2016 Report Share Posted March 4, 2016 Following on from my project thread, it looks like I may have the unenviable job of dropping the diff in my garage. It looks like when a driveshaft UJ seized last year, it caused damage to one of the diff's output bearings. This has given me some movement in the inner driveshaft and brake drum, giving me an MOT fail. Once I confirm this, I'll set to work on pulling the diff and replacing the bearing. Aside from the bearing, what other things will I need to replace or are handy to do at the same time? I'm already thinking about doing the UJs on the propshaft, and someone has mentioned the brake cylinders, but what else is there? Also, will I need to grab new seals with the new bearing? I've put a pic below for reference Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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