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Old February 3rd, 2016, 11:59 AM
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First post says it is a Defender...



Flex line = flexible hose attached to slave cylinder
Slipper pads = pads that contact release bearing housing.

Other things... Gravity bleed the slave while hanging vertically down, before installing to bellhousing. Makes life easy.

Can't seem to find the factory install manual online anymore. Grrrr. Back in the day, LR sold complete kits to install a 200TDI in place of a 2.5TD and they published a nice step by step guide.

You can also get a HD fork and a HD (all metal housing) release bearing. Worth it if you don't want to do them again.

Correct ref Defender engine......Reading too fast.... I'm a donkey head.....






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Old February 3rd, 2016, 08:04 PM
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Anybody have part number for the clutch alignment tool?
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Old February 3rd, 2016, 08:06 PM
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Old February 3rd, 2016, 08:26 PM
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John, I suppose that works on 200tdi/LT77 combo?
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Anybody have part number for the clutch alignment tool?

If you check the diameter of a spark plug socket with a lap of tape around it on an extension bar,on your new clutch,it should not be far off from what you need.

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Old February 4th, 2016, 11:48 AM
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John, I suppose that works on 200tdi/LT77 combo?
Yes, they are the same.
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If you check the diameter of a spark plug socket with a lap of tape around it on an extension bar,on your new clutch,it should not be far off from what you need.

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Yes, but $5 for a nice tool.....
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Old February 6th, 2016, 12:33 AM
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Crate arrived. Wrestled the dam crate for an hour to bring it into the garage because the bottom of the crate broke and fork could not get under it.

Burnt out for the night. I will crack it open tomorrow. Hope things are not broke.


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Crate arrived. Wrestled the dam crate for an hour to bring it into the garage because the bottom of the crate broke and fork could not get under it. Burnt out for the night. I will crack it open tomorrow. Hope things are not broke.
Dude, this will be one of the most interesting learning experiences you may have ever had. You'll know your truck and that's a great thing.

I'm still figuring things out and have yet to back her out of the garage. It has been a twisty journey. However I'm lucky to have a friend be the primary lead and we now laugh at how unexpected the project has turned out to be.

My purchase unfortunately fell way short of expectations and I didn't have any visual or stat proof of how it ran before it arrived. That can be helpful at times and possibly save you time and effort. We often find ourselves wishing we'd had that knowledge along the way.
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Old February 6th, 2016, 12:01 PM
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Dude, this will be one of the most interesting learning experiences you may have ever had. You'll know your truck and that's a great thing...
I am very excited because of that!

I have done some engine and drivetrain work on Jeeps before like setting R&P and rebuilding transfer cases but this is my first time doing an engine swap, let alone diesels. That is why I went with 200TDI where things should bolt up.

My big picture plans are.
1. Get the 200tdi refurbished with new accessories.
2. Pull old engine out.
3. Assess the transmission and possibly replace (nothing wrong with shifting but there is clunk if I don't match the RPM right. Not sure of slack in the output shaft, for sure there is slack in the diff, do people just replace the spider gears on this? I really don't think R&P is worn that it gives more than 1/4" slack on the driveshaft.)
3. Refurb the engine bay/Bulkhead.
4. Install engine.

I am getting ready to go out to my garage/storage (Living in downtown sort sucks). Hope nothing broke! I will be taking a lot of pics and will be posting them. Please keep the comments comings. I will take your advise than to learn it the hard way.

Thanks!
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Old February 6th, 2016, 06:57 PM
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Here is the other side the crate started fall apart.


Fragile stuff loaded at the top. Smart enough..






Flywheel, the bellhousing adapter, and the starters are off.





I think I am going to use the rest of the crate as paint/sand blast chamber.

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Old February 7th, 2016, 02:23 AM
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I am thinking about getting the flywheel resurfaced. Is this a bad idea? Surface is soaked with oil and some surface rust are visible.
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I am thinking about getting the flywheel resurfaced. Is this a bad idea? Surface is soaked with oil and some surface rust are visible.
most here have forgotten more about wrenching than I'll ever know, but other than time and cost, why wouldn't you go ahead with the resurfacing as part of the rebuild?
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anyone else having issues with the pics in this thread?
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Old February 7th, 2016, 04:53 PM
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anyone else having issues with the pics in this thread?
I noticed on my Safari, the photos don't load. But Firefox and Chrome seems to work fine.

Anyone else have this issue?

Engine is now on the engine stand and soaked in WD40 getting ready for pressure wash.



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most here have forgotten more about wrenching than I'll ever know, but other than time and cost, why wouldn't you go ahead with the resurfacing as part of the rebuild?
For sure, I just wanted to check with yall before I do it. Some flywheels have convex surface that you are NOT supposed to resurface flat.
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Old February 7th, 2016, 05:51 PM
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i don't see any pictures - on ipad
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Old February 7th, 2016, 06:00 PM
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Thanks for letting me know. Anyone try using Firefox? I am trying on my phone and other androids and it seems to be working....

From the original post and in sequence... Sorry I cannot go back and edit old thread.




















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Old February 8th, 2016, 10:19 PM
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Q1: How do you guys clean caked mud off of plastic?

Q2: How do you rejuvenate some of these rusty hardwares like bolts and nuts?

Q3: What would you replace on the 200TDI if it is off of the truck other than the seal near the flywheel?

Q4: Worth rebuilding the injector pump? Anyone does this in US?
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Q1: How do you guys clean caked mud off of plastic? Q2: How do you rejuvenate some of these rusty hardwares like bolts and nuts? Q3: What would you replace on the 200TDI if it is off of the truck other than the seal near the flywheel? Q4: Worth rebuilding the injector pump? Anyone does this in US?
1. I use WD40, loosen with a brush and brake clean. 2. Soak wd40 3. All gaskets and seals, belts and pulleys made sense to me. 4. Have your injectors checked. Bad injectors can ruin a IP. This advice comes from blue ridge diesel, salem virginia. They can also rebuild your Bosch IP.
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