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Old June 22nd, 2015, 04:41 PM
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Nice. BTW I have an idea for a tool you might need one day - a mount to a axle housing so one man/woman can easily move an axle around on a floor jack. I could have used one today, but did it the hard way (or easy way depending on how you look at it) - got my kids to help me .
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Old June 22nd, 2015, 08:50 PM
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Lol, they just showed a howto tutorial last month on Offroad Extreme.

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Nice. BTW I have an idea for a tool you might need one day - a mount to a axle housing so one man/woman can easily move an axle around on a floor jack. I could have used one today, but did it the hard way (or easy way depending on how you look at it) - got my kids to help me .
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Made two helper tools today:

Mounting sleeve for 4th gear assembly



Supporting device for brake C', C and D assembly, as well as 4th gear assembly



Building a tower

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Old June 26th, 2015, 06:14 PM
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Thrust washers arrived yesterday!



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Old June 27th, 2015, 03:50 PM
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Changed the method to fit the front and rear output shaft seals.
Now I use the shaft nut to press it to the needed deep.



With the conterarm positioned to the opposit side and the diff locked, it's quite easy to load the 148Nm to the central shaft nut.



Ready for transport to install the box. Input opening and breather screw are firmely closed at that time!

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Dismantling tool for one of the clutches:



This little helper is used to compress the springloaded piston to let this tiny little clip come loose:







Cylinder:



Piston:



Clutch:

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To fit the clip I use a cone and a tube to expand it (tube is not shown)



Pressing the tube downwards the clip snaps into its groove. Can't show this either.



But just after recognizing the click it's done!

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He's not showing off. But when he does, he drinks Dos Equis!
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He's not showing off. But when he does, he drinks Dos Equis!
What the hell is Dos Equis?

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Now you're just showing off!
Never in my mind!
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How to expand the frame?

I used a modified long clamp to expand the frame. This was good for about 1 or 2mm by using all hands!

This has to be changed into the smooth way!

So I welded some left overs together ...





... and will get a very strong spreading tool.



Head and bottum areas will be finished tomorrow.
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Done!







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Adapter to fit the Rocky Mountain extended oil pan.





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Adapter extensions

Figured out that my handling tool for the output shaft is about 2" too short for the Defender version!



Just added an adapter for it:



Same handicap with the tower stand:

original:





grown up version:



Supporting stand to fit the last cylinder of the inner parts (one size fits all):

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