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Date Posted:28/01/2013 09:19:40Copy HTML

hello everybody, hope your all fine and dandy.
my mk 2 rb44 7.5 t has lunched a rear prop u/j whilst climbing out of a hole it should never have gone into, mind of its own sometimes,. can anyone point me in the right direction to buy these? they are 90mm across the tree with a 30mm diameter on the bearing caps. i am grateful for any help. thankyou.
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Re:propshaft universal joint

Date Posted:01/02/2013 10:34:30Copy HTML

Hi, 'funny' you should mention that - I tore my rear prop in half last week in much the same circumstances (although not going to go into the finer details here - bit of a silly one)

got some UJ's from an ebay trader 'canmec' - might be worth a message in case he has more (didn't come with clips and I broke all mine removing my knackered UJ a while back, but the UJ's themselves were reasonably priced I thought)

PS, technically speaking, the RB44's weren't 7.5t - that was the military model - 7.5t AWD models were, I believe, put together with transmission and suspension parts made by Reynolds Boughton, for the utility companies etc. :-)
it seemed like a good idea at the time
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