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Old October 9th, 2014, 04:25 PM
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The bracket is ready to be reinstalled.





A huge 'n heavy wooden box arrived the other day:



New head with valves inside. Looking pretty good. I just had to reassemble the studs and pins and the old thermostate housing.



Finally I filled the chanels with gas: all the valves are leaking!
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Old October 10th, 2014, 07:48 PM
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New tool to remove the rod seals from the valves:



I disassembled just one of the valves of the new head.
Well, I'm not amused about the surface of the seat area.
It looks like milled, never like lapped.
It's very british at all!
I am a little bit disappointed about that.
But you'll get what you payed for!
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Old October 11th, 2014, 03:58 PM
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The new tool works very well!



Do you think I should use these new seals again?
It's a rough work to get the lip over the grooves of the rod ends.

As promised, valves and rings are milled only.





Useful peace of wood to hold the head in place safely when lapping.



Another sheet of remembrance for simular parts.



Will start the lapping procedure tomorrow.
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Old October 12th, 2014, 02:35 PM
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Valves are back in their origin places!

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Old October 13th, 2014, 03:44 PM
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The head is back on the block!









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Old October 14th, 2014, 03:35 PM
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Play of the valves is adjusted, some more parts found their way back to the head and I'm looking forward to get the remaining hoses for the intercooler on thursday.





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Old October 16th, 2014, 03:42 PM
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Done!

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Old December 11th, 2014, 08:42 AM
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I can only imagine what it must be like to have a proper gearbox lift and to slide a gearbox on in one fluid move,all lined up correctly!

I prefer to take 4 times as long,huff,puff and skin my knuckles!!

Great write up!




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Old August 15th, 2015, 06:04 PM
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No leaks at all () but the LT230 didn't came off the LT77!

So plan B was the right one: Just pull the input shaft out!

It's very humid here and thundershowering, so please have mercy to the first and second pic.





The outletshaft looks like a desaster.









We need a looking fine LT77!

Engine is a 200Tdi. MY 1991 I guess.

God saves the cross bores in the later boxes!
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Man that sucks.
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never mind...just took a closer look at the last pic...definitely need a new output shaft
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Old August 16th, 2015, 07:29 AM
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That's right, Ed!
But the owner wants to start a 2000km round trip on Monday morning.
He decided to keep the worn output shaft of the LT77 and combine it with a LT230 out of a Disco.
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Old August 31st, 2015, 05:57 PM
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Another R380, output shaft is ok but the shaft seal not at all!

So I pulled the collar all the way, set a new seal and pushed the collar all the way back.











It's an easy job with the right tools!
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Old September 7th, 2015, 04:42 PM
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My first puller died at the last action.
But did its job well!



So I needed a new one. This time more designed like the LRT.

Remowing clamp and securing bush:









Today the suspension got ready. It just needs a socket for a wrench.
But it fits the collar of the R380 and the LT77 either. These collars a different in length and width of the groove.





The R380 needs a center inside thze shaft! Made it from an old cylinder head screw.
Thread is M12.

I'm not sure about the male thread at the end of the LT77 shaft.
7/16"x10???
Need some help for this.

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A Disco II joined my pit.

Transfer case was leaking a little bit.











After some showers with the blower:





As shown, this one has no possibility to be locked!
The traction control should do it.
Well, it didn't do it 100%!
The dished washers were very thin.
One started to come apart.





A track inside the housing caused this:





And a joker drove the seal to much towards inside the extension of the autobox!



It's still sitting there!
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My first puller died at the last action.
But did its job well!



So I needed a new one. This time more designed like the LRT.

Remowing clamp and securing bush:









Today the suspension got ready. It just needs a socket for a wrench.
But it fits the collar of the R380 and the LT77 either. These collars a different in length and width of the groove.





The R380 needs a center inside thze shaft! Made it from an old cylinder head screw.
Thread is M12.

I'm not sure about the male thread at the end of the LT77 shaft.
7/16"x10???
Need some help for this.

Many thanks
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Some more tools are needed to remove the nut securing the 5th gear wheel.









And an extension for the tool was necessary to pull the inner ring of the output shaft.













Done this job.







The idea behind was to remove the input shaft and fit a stubb shaft from a LT77 to fit the R380 onto a 200tdi engine.
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Old October 8th, 2015, 03:16 PM
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Sealed the oil pan of a 110HT, 300tdi engine, MY 98 but there was still one drop outcoming out of the drain whole.



It was just on time to have a look for that:

















The old style timing wheel was still inside!









Inside the housing:













Used tools:











I like to close these 4 threads by dummies in M8x12.

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Just pictures without command about how to install it back again.



















































Engine running.
No drop at all!

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Old October 28th, 2015, 05:20 PM
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R380

Hi,

to get this lump out (it lives behind a Td5 engine), a new designed adapter was necessary!








This new bracket can be used in a vice!



Removed in seconds.




The gearboxes had been removed without removing the inner parts!
The tunnel is still in place.
Only the shifter housing had to be removed for that.





The collar has to be pulled off by force!


The extension can be removed when the shifter finger has been disconnected off the rod just seconds before.
Afterwards this inner ring of a cylidric roller bearing has to be pulled off the shaft.


Open the neck!


Lock the gear firmly and use a 32mm long neck.




The nut had been tightened by 220Nm!

You will need something to hold the used force in balance!



The only failed thing inside I've found was this inner ring of the outlet shaft.
Left is a used but pretty good in shape one.


To remove this ring you will use another tricky tool.





Any other bearings are looking very good!






Any idea where these bugs might comming from?


The remaining parts are looking quite good in shape.



Just a look into the extension housing.

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