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  1. #101
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    Brake servo/master cylinder and clutch master cylinder fitted


  2. #102
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    Everything had been stripped down on the Jag suspension components by the chap I bought the kit off.

    I neeed to rebuild the rear suspension with new bearings etc. This is proving to be a struggle as I did not take them apart so have nothing to draw on memory wise.

    First task is the Hub Carriers, I have fitted the new bearing races



    But now need to assemble the bearings with various washers, fibre washers, spacers etc. I have looked at various exploded drawings/views, but am still struggling to identify exactly which parts go where, or to put it another way an order of assembly. This is the hub carrier rebuild kit, but I cant work it out. Can anyone help with this?

  3. #103
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    Looking good. What was servo and master cylinder off?
    Dek
    Last edited by Dek; 10-02-18 at 06:21 PM.

  4. #104
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dek View Post
    Looking good. What were they off?
    Dek
    Thanks

    What were what off?

  5. #105
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    Quote Originally Posted by KugaWestie View Post
    Thanks

    What were what off?
    Sorry you posted again whilst I was posting a reply so edited to make clear.
    Dek

  6. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dek View Post
    Looking good. What was servo and master cylinder off?
    Dek
    Thanks

    The brake servo/master cylinder is from a Mk1 1.8 MX5

  7. #107
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    Looking good and progress being made. The following site was helpful re. the rebuild of my hubs etc.

    http://dazecars.com/dazed/JaguarIRS4.html

    Also, the Jag service manual was invaluable. On the Dax chassis, there is a danger of the rear hub carriers bottoming out against the chassis on full droop. Removal (cutting) of “eye brow” shaped section on the inboard top edge of the carriers was advised. Might not be an issue for you with your chassis, but may be worth checking.

    Did you go with brand new front stub axles?

  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by KugaWestie View Post
    Fuel lines fitted to the chassis

    Hi,

    Kind of hope I am wrong but shouldn't the nuts have been on the brake lines before they were flared? The build is looking really good, look forward to seeing it evolve,

    Regards,
    Ian
    Pilgrim Sumo Mk3; IVA Apr. 2014; RV8 3.9 EFi ; Cosworth T5; Granada Donor
    Phase Two underway - Conversion to Japanese

  9. #109
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian C View Post
    Hi,

    Kind of hope I am wrong but shouldn't the nuts have been on the brake lines before they were flared? The build is looking really good, look forward to seeing it evolve,

    Regards,
    Ian
    Yep, he has certainly forgot to put the nuts on before flaring the pipes

    Paul
    AK, on the road Oct 2012

  10. #110
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    Nuts?? On fuel lines?? Are you mad???

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