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gearbox bearings and seals

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2006 5:46 pm
by scott long
Hi All,

Does anyone have a list of part #'s for bearings and seals for the gearbox and diff? the part #'s I have from one of the elan books appear to be obsolete. I am more concerned with the seal #'s because of compatability of materials vs oils, heat etc.

Thanks
Scott


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gearbox bearings and seals

PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2006 12:27 am
by "Nick Giovas"
I will see if I can dig them up in the next couple of days. I just bought
all of the same bearings and seals this past spring. Dave Bean and
Christopher Neal have all of the info as well.



Where are you located and what type of car/gearbox/diff do you have?



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Hi All,

Does anyone have a list of part #'s for bearings and seals for the gearbox
and diff? the part #'s I have from one of the elan books appear to be
obsolete. I am more concerned with the seal #'s because of compatability of
materials vs oils, heat etc.

Thanks
Scott


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2006 12:39 am
by scott long
ontario canada, 69 S4 se, 4spd, 3.55 diff. I have done some clean up on the diff components and am also going to need to either fix or replace the casting as well. the thrust washer spun and chewed up the face it bears against, and the non bearing end has damage as well, not sure why as it shouldn't really receive much load except on overrun, and the laygear shaft is pitted. hopefully the diff is in better shape.


Scott

Nick Giovas <***@***.***> wrote:
I will see if I can dig them up in the next couple of days. I just bought
all of the same bearings and seals this past spring. Dave Bean and
Christopher Neal have all of the info as well.

Where are you located and what type of car/gearbox/diff do you have?

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Of scott long
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 1:47 PM
To: ***@***.***
Subject: [LotusElan.net] gearbox bearings and seals

Hi All,

Does anyone have a list of part #'s for bearings and seals for the gearbox
and diff? the part #'s I have from one of the elan books appear to be
obsolete. I am more concerned with the seal #'s because of compatability of
materials vs oils, heat etc.

Thanks
Scott

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gearbox bearings and seals

PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2006 7:25 am
by "Roger Sieling"
Are you talking about the thrust washers on the laygear ends in the
gearbox? The only TWs I know of in the diff are behind the spider gears.


>> ***@***.*** >>>
ontario canada, 69 S4 se, 4spd, 3.55 diff. I have done some clean up on

the diff components and am also going to need to either fix or replace
the casting as well. the thrust washer spun and chewed up the face it
bears against, and the non bearing end has damage as well, not sure why
as it shouldn't really receive much load except on overrun, and the
laygear shaft is pitted. hopefully the diff is in better shape.


Scott

Nick Giovas <***@***.***> wrote:
I will see if I can dig them up in the next couple of days. I
just bought
all of the same bearings and seals this past spring. Dave Bean and
Christopher Neal have all of the info as well.

Where are you located and what type of car/gearbox/diff do you have?

_____

From: ***@***.***lto:***@***.***
Behalf
Of scott long
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 1:47 PM
To: ***@***.***
Subject: [LotusElan.net] gearbox bearings and seals

Hi All,

Does anyone have a list of part #'s for bearings and seals for the
gearbox
and diff? the part #'s I have from one of the elan books appear to be
obsolete. I am more concerned with the seal #'s because of compatability
of
materials vs oils, heat etc.

Thanks
Scott

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