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Neilriser
December 1, 2016, 7:48pm Report to Moderator

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Hi all,sorry to be a pain im sure this has been asked many times but i cant find the information.Ive just replaced the front pinion oil seal[68 1200 herald] and im ready to replace nut,i just want to confirm torque and proceedure please? Thanks N
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mazfg
December 2, 2016, 8:14am Report to Moderator


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Nut should be tightened to 70 lbs/ft from my reading of the workshop manual. It should already be pre-loaded from before so no need to set that up. Just tighten to 70 lbs/ ft is my understanding.


Current: Triumph Vitesse 6 convertible with O/D 1964

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glang
December 2, 2016, 1:39pm Report to Moderator

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just to check: this procedure is for the early type diff which your herald should have and is identified by having a castellated nut/split pin arrangement....
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Pete Lewis
December 2, 2016, 5:22pm Report to Moderator

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And to add you should lock the coupling , to apply the torque ,   not wind up the transmission

like two bolts thro the coupling  holes and a bar between them.
pete


1964 1600 Vitesse 6 Cactus and Black , now  sold
now have T2000   Mk2 saloon in French Blue/grey trim  been  restored without running since 1997
now has power steering ,poly bushed and Alfa 156 seats
location  Luton
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Neilriser
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Many thanks guys yes it is the diff with the mentioned nut and split pin,when i released the nut i clamped the square coupling plate with a large wrench which was clamped in a vice [ 70 lbs is some torque to release]i will just repeat the proceedure when doing up.Many thanks
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