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Old December 29th, 2003, 05:45 PM
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Greese fittin an breather toob

How many greese fittins suppose to be on da front drive shaft? I no there is 1 on da output side of da t-case but is der suppose to be 1 near da diff? I see some splines down there and a hole in the shaft where it appears there was a greese fitting but I am not positve. if the fitting has broken off will I have to get a new shaft or have to drill out the old one and retap?

also all this talk about diff breathers blah blah? where are they I am about 90% certain they are on the axle tube but are they? thanks people
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On your rig the the front breather tube terminates in an upside-down "U" just to the left of your master cylinder. I believe there is a tube from your front & rear differential, transfer-case, and transmission, respectively. Although, the rear diff-breather terminates at the rear of the D90. I believe it's located on the drivers side just under the rear of the tub? Just to be sure you should check out Alan's set-up that he sells: (http://www.gulfcoastrovers.com/rover...ther/index.htm). It's nice . Hope this helps PP.

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Phillip, on my front DS there is 1 greese fitting on yhe shaft near the splines and one on each U-joint.
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coool. the splines near the diff?
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