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    Where is the like button ? I'm in 100% agreement...

    Where is the like button ? I'm in 100% agreement with Myles's diagnosis.
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    Sorry, my reading of the thread was that you...

    Sorry, my reading of the thread was that you didn't understand why it doesn't fit - Peugeot and O series LDV/Sherpa units are not a straight fit to a V8 engine; as you've discovered - the input...
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    Bad news then - 38A codes are Leyland Daf XUD9...

    Bad news then - 38A codes are Leyland Daf XUD9 gearboxes - completely different input shaft to V8. That'll be why it doesn't fit . .
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    Are you sure you dont have an R380 'O' series or...

    Are you sure you dont have an R380 'O' series or Pug diesel box with a V8 bellhousing fitted ?

    Whats the gearbox number ? Should start 35A or 37A for Sherpa V8.
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    Is there another choice?

    Is there another choice?
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    Not really any worse than fitting a Chevy though...

    Not really any worse than fitting a Chevy though is it ? :confused:
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    Heavier knobs are used to improve gear change...

    Heavier knobs are used to improve gear change ‘feel’. If you have a choice I’d fit the heaviest one you can find - Tremecs are reinventing for being a bit ‘agricultural’.
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    I still think it's an SD1 with the bottom chopped...

    I still think it's an SD1 with the bottom chopped off and the drain pipe re-located as I said last time.
    You could always buy a new SD1 tube and dipstick (although Rimmers don't have them), or any...
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    Couple of issues here. AAU3381 is for a...

    Couple of issues here.

    AAU3381 is for a Landrover salisbury based beam axle - not sure if they use the same pinion seal as Jag IRS salisbury (but probably do). The equivalent Jag part number is...
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    Beware, that is not what the ad suggests it is....

    Beware, that is not what the ad suggests it is. Definitely not XJS, he states non PL and it has 65 date code for a start. It also has the pre XJ style rear brake mounting and is not a good start...
  11. Hi Lee, Yes, still doing refurbs and can do...

    Hi Lee,

    Yes, still doing refurbs and can do faster turn around now I've taken early retirement from JLR.

    2.88 non PL is a rare beast and you might struggle to find one but, as you say, I can...
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    What you drawn there is exactly as you'll find...

    What you drawn there is exactly as you'll find the lower arms to look like in the Aston DB7 use of the Jag IRS - they beat you to it LOL.
  13. That image isnt a picture of the inside of a Jag...

    That image isnt a picture of the inside of a Jag 4HU unit. Download the relevant parts manual from SNG or Manners to see what yours looks like.
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    If you've still got your original dipstick...

    If you've still got your original dipstick (hopefully an OE Chevy one) then the Hi/Low position on the new stick will be in exactly the same place measured from the the stick seating position at the...
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    Unfortunately, coming soon to every petrol car -...

    Unfortunately, coming soon to every petrol car - the GPF.
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    Unfortunately that does not satisfy the...

    Unfortunately that does not satisfy the fundamental formula for friction effort and won't work :- F = coeff of friction * N. Friction force is independant of area.

    In this case coefficient of...
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    From the LR online manual (topix) Flywheel to...

    From the LR online manual (topix)

    Flywheel to crank - 60lbft
    Clutch cover to flywheel - 30lbft

    (or 80Nm & 40Nm for those of a younger disposition)
  18. Reversing light is NOT a testable item - fitted...

    Reversing light is NOT a testable item - fitted working, fitted not working, not fitted - all are a Pass.
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    they are standard 12 point fixings - not...

    they are standard 12 point fixings - not 'special' in any way. Standard socket or spanner fit.

    they are less prone to rounding than a 6 point as the torque is spread over more faces (and they look...
  20. Unfortunately there are at least 3 different...

    Unfortunately there are at least 3 different output housing varieties and you can't tell very easily which you have until you've removed them. If your taking them out anyway then you'd be foolish not...
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    You can think that if you want but you'd still be...

    You can think that if you want but you'd still be wrong LOL.
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    That's completely the wrong way round LOL The...

    That's completely the wrong way round LOL

    The torque from the diff to the wheel under full load drive conditions is huge compared to the torque from the wheel to the diff end under braking.

    You...
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    Myles, It's like a lot of the RAM car - good...

    Myles,

    It's like a lot of the RAM car - good in theory but not well engineered at all and in need of a bit of re-design to get it to work properly. I didn't fit one in the end, car handles fine...
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    SD1 with the bottom chopped off - so your 3L...

    SD1 with the bottom chopped off - so your 3L volume might actually be correct . . . (SD1 holds 4.8L to max line)
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    Lee / Tommy, you have mail. Russ

    Lee / Tommy,

    you have mail.

    Russ
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