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Old July 29th, 2014, 03:38 PM
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Why not just take it off on a transmission someone should have laying around? Does a Series clutch alignment tool work?
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Old July 29th, 2014, 03:48 PM
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They are different, but you don't need one. You can do it by eye. A socket extension with some tape on it is fine. The pilot bearing is really big, so it is easy to do and check by looking at it.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 03:49 PM
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Why not just take it off on a transmission someone should have laying around? Does a Series clutch alignment tool work?
I might have one at Greg's house. I can't remember where I put that one R380. Randy should have one and no the Series doesn't work. I could use a socket but id rather get is straight then slightly off.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 04:07 PM
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Let me see when I get home. I cut the input shaft off an LT77 and I believe that will work. Will definitely need it back.
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Dan,

I have a spare r380 input shaft you can use.

I can bring it to NJ on Friday.


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Would anyone on the board have a clutch alignment too I could borrow? I would pay for shipping it out and back to you.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 05:13 PM
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Dan,

I have a spare r380 input shaft you can use.

I can bring it to NJ on Friday.
Thanks Dave. I have 20 spare Everything bagels from The Bagel Store you can use.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 05:15 PM
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Deal.

I will return the bagels when you return the input shaft.

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Old July 29th, 2014, 05:22 PM
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Deal.

I will return the bagels when you return the input shaft.
I just need it for like an hour. Engine is at Jareks.
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Sounds good Jimmy! I already have the 1.4TC in there. I need to figure out gearing after the engine is in and running. I have stock diffs in and spare 4.11s I could throw in. But the truck is also downsizing to 255/85 tires after the swap. Anyone else have their truck running good highway speeds with a 1.4tc/3.54diff or 1.2tc/4.11diff with 255/85 or 33" tall tires? I have an over drive I will be fitting to the truck too
My dad's truck is 300tdi,1.4,3.54,285/75. Runs nice but for highway cruisin he also has an overdrive
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I have the referenced drivetrain spec and 255's. Drives great. OD would be nice but not necessary. Off road it's a beast. Lower gear would be fun but so far not needed.

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Randy I still need to come pick up those engine mount templates. I didn't see them in the box you gave me.
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I'm a tool. Totally forgot. Let me know and I will have them ready for u
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Old August 16th, 2014, 01:36 AM
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Dan I think I forgot the input shaft. Do you still need it?
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Its all good Randy, I'm setting the clutch today so I can bring that tool back to you.

Dave, no worries on the input shaft. Randy let me borrow his clutch alignment tool.
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Does anyone know if the V8 slave clutch is the same as a 300tdi?

I see part numbers:
FTC3911
FTC5072 (which reads out for 200/300tdi, V8)
FTC5202 (which says 300tdi & TD5)

Also I believe the push rod is different too.
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Does anyone know if the V8 slave clutch is the same as a 300tdi?

I see part numbers:
FTC3911
FTC5072 (which reads out for 200/300tdi, V8)
FTC5202 (which says 300tdi & TD5)

Also I believe the push rod is different too.

I read it as FTC5071 for V8
FTC5202 TD5
FTC3911 & FTC5072 200/300 R380 Tdi
591231 on the Lt77
these are for Defender units

But I could be wrong my look-up book is getting dirty and dog eared
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The slave cyl. is the same I used my v-8 one when i did the conversion
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The slave cyl. is the same I used my v-8 one when i did the conversion
Thanks Jim! did you use the same push rod to clutch fork?
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I don't remember but I think I did.
i would try it and see if the slave fits with the push rod.
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So the V8 and 300tdi clutch push rods happen to be different lengths. This might be due to the different clutches or forks you use. Anyways I went with the 300tdi ones.



Also dropped the engine in this weekend. welding in the mounts with the very simple jig was a bit scary but damn it all lined up perfect! So perfect that that R380 mount dropped right into the cross member.



So I have to run a SS or soft clutch line from the driver side to the passenger side. Im going to skip the long hard line for the original LHD 300tdi. Does anyone know the fitting size for that? i've been reading it might be 7/16 UNF
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