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The bearings are mainly RHP specials and not easy to come by. The best guide on doing the job I have seen in combination with the workshop manual is an article written by Victor Holinagel. It is on a Danish historic racing club web site. I forget the exact address but a yahoo or google search will throw up the article.
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The article by Victor Hollnagel can be found on <a href='http://www.hms.dk' target='_blank'>http://www.hms.dk</a> under Artikler.
This is the direct link to the pdf: <a href='http://www.hms.dk/artikler/Lotus_gear.pdf' target='_blank'>http://www.hms.dk/artikler/Lotus_gear.pdf</a>
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the other bits had to come from an old maxi gearbox. luckily very low milage. But it all went together quite easyliy.30K miles later i am still happy. I have quite a lot of spare insides if you get stuck for bits. (bought another low milage maxi box when it came up)
It was my first gearbox rebuild and i found it quite easy, I made the special tools out of bits of bar I had arround.
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