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The differential contains two bearings that the ends of the half shafts run in. It is quite possible that one of these has broken up. Should you be unable to get hold of a second hand differential it is much cheaper to replace the bearing than to buy a reconditioned differential unit.
- Tue Jun 01, 2010 8:33 pm
- Forum: Bodywork
- Topic: traveller rear post how to replace
- Replies: 11
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[frame] http://mmoc.org.uk/mbimage.php?src=1275419903_36 [/frame] The problem is that the way that travellers were built originally the wood was assembled on a jig, then the roof was nailed on top, then the whole lot was bolted and screwed onto the chassis. Fixing the rear pillar to the middle rail ...
Two possibilities. Firstly something has gone wrong wrong with the selector fork mechanism for first/second gear such as the locking screw falling out. Secondly some debris floating around in the gearbox has lodged itself somewhere and is preventing the first gear cog from moving. This could be part...