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Old Mon 14th March 2011, 10:22 PM
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and RSR 555 what do you mean by removing the front subs ??
On the drive shafts - the inner CV cup should have a female cup, not the male stub as it is with the auto. Either swap the drive shafts to the female cup for the male stub from the manual gearbox to fit in or swap the inner cup to the one you need.

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Sorry: side topic question: How to you find that little gas/gasless mig to go? Seen some going for $500 and have been wondering...

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Old Mon 14th March 2011, 11:06 PM
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thanks for clearing the above up.

that one in the picture is actually a little stick welder but i have got a gas/gasless mig just abit bigger than that one i find it okay to use on general stuff like 5mm, and for the price tag 300-500 mark they are well worth it.
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the driveshafts should be the same, you don't need to take the stub out of the gearbox. I used the same shafts when i went from auto to manual. Knock out the roll pin with a 6mm pin punch and the stub will pull out of the CV.
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the driveshafts should be the same, you don't need to take the stub out of the gearbox. I used the same shafts when i went from auto to manual. Knock out the roll pin with a 6mm pin punch and the stub will pull out of the CV.
hey mate thats what i was gonna try tomorrow good to know that it will work thanks mate.
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and RSR 555 what do you mean by removing the front subs ??

thanks for the comments guys keep them coming

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The front drive shafts are usually removed from the transmissions via removing the roll pin that holds them onto those stubs that are sticking out of your front drive shafts. They usually slide off a splined stub that remains in the tranny (stops oil spilling out).

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hey guys for most of my afternoon i have been trying to join my box up to my engine, but the clutch release bearing ?? is giving me trouble

so the problem is when i put the box on the clutch is really floppy and isnt close to in-gauging ?? so i have one clutch release bearing i think that is what it is on the box and one on my clutch and i thought maybe if i put them both in that will work,, but then the clutch will not move. so im stuck on what to has anyone had this problem before or know how to fix it ??????????

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Ok.. it looks like you are trying to use the NA box behind the turbo engine.. this isn't a good idea but as long as you don't give the car a hard time you'll be ok.

Now your problem.. You have 2 release bearings but only need 1. You will need to use a NA flywheel/clutch setup if you are going to use the NA box. The one with the release bearing attached to the pressure plate is a turbo clutch setup.
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Ok.. it looks like you are trying to use the NA box behind the turbo engine.. this isn't a good idea but as long as you don't give the car a hard time you'll be ok.

Now your problem.. You have 2 release bearings but only need 1. You will need to use a NA flywheel/clutch setup if you are going to use the NA box. The one with the release bearing attached to the pressure plate is a turbo clutch setup.
yeah its more of a getting the car up and running to drive to a workshop in perth ect..

okay can i use a na clutch on the turbo fly wheel or are the fly wheels different aswel ??

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There is a small difference between the NA and Turbo Flywheels so best to use all of the NA stuff. NA clutches don't have as much clamping pressure as the Turbo so unless you use a good or near new clutch.. you may have slippage.
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