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    Quote Originally Posted by bigguwesty View Post
    Yea pretty chuffed I must say. Hard work does pay off occasionally it seems.

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    [QUOTE=mudski;799355]Removed the front left OEM manual locking hub as it was getting real hard to lock/unlock. Turns out water had gotten in and rusted up this inside a fair bit. Bloody mad at myself at not servicing these properly. Kinda got lazy with this car over the last 12 months, leaving things not repaired or done any preventative maintenance as Ive had other things on my mind. This is the outcome from neglect.

    Not sure if I can save it. We'll see.

    Looking at your photo I presume you have completely dismantled the hub. The part with the rotating section that indicates whether its lock or unlocked.
    How is this done?
    I have looked at mine many times and have no idea how they come apart.

    Cheers Trevor

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryan277 View Post

    Looking at your photo I presume you have completely dismantled the hub. The part with the rotating section that indicates whether its lock or unlocked.
    How is this done?
    I have looked at mine many times and have no idea how they come apart.

    Cheers Trevor
    There is five, or six metal dowels holding the outer gear in the housing. spray a head of CRC or similar around these, turn the hub facing downwards and kind of tap the hub on a flat surface and the pins will start to slide out. Once out the outer gear need to be spun, anti clockwise ( I think) and it winds out, take note of the depth of this gear beforehand as you need to set the depth again when winding it back in. Once it comes out there is a circlip holding the middle section in the outer gear. Remove this circlip and the middle section comes apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigguwesty View Post
    Yea pretty chuffed I must say. Hard work does pay off occasionally it seems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    There is five, or six metal dowels holding the outer gear in the housing. spray a head of CRC or similar around these, turn the hub facing downwards and kind of tap the hub on a flat surface and the pins will start to slide out. Once out the outer gear need to be spun, anti clockwise ( I think) and it winds out, take note of the depth of this gear beforehand as you need to set the depth again when winding it back in. Once it comes out there is a circlip holding the middle section in the outer gear. Remove this circlip and the middle section comes apart.
    Thankyou Mudski. So simple, but not knowing the secret, if I was desperate I would have wrecked the assembly trying to get it apart.

    Cheers Trevor

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    Got the patrol back yesterday afternoon after being at 4x4 Obsession. Finally got the power steering box replaced and thanks to mudski fitted up the drag link. Had them have a look at the front driver side bearing, turns out it needed to be repacked. I just kept nipping it up every time it needed it. Also got them to look at why it was running like dog on petrol that turned out to be the fuel pump was low on voltage below 3,000rpm.

    Must admit that it's now driving and feeling the best that's it's been for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Got the patrol back yesterday afternoon after being at 4x4 Obsession. Finally got the power steering box replaced and thanks to mudski fitted up the drag link. Had them have a look at the front driver side bearing, turns out it needed to be repacked. I just kept nipping it up every time it needed it. Also got them to look at why it was running like dog on petrol that turned out to be the fuel pump was low on voltage below 3,000rpm.

    Must admit that it's now driving and feeling the best that's it's been for a long time.

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    Drag Link? Uhm, can you remind me why you are thanking me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Drag Link? Uhm, can you remind me why you are thanking me?
    Shit. Now you've got me thinking. It was a long time ago. I think someone gave it to you but you had one or it didn't suit yours. Ahh I don't know.

    Well if it wasn't you, thank you to the mystery person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Drag Link? Uhm, can you remind me why you are thanking me?
    Hahaha
    Checked under your patrol lately mark ? Might be missing a draglink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Shit. Now you've got me thinking. It was a long time ago. I think someone gave it to you but you had one or it didn't suit yours. Ahh I don't know.

    Well if it wasn't you, thank you to the mystery person.

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    Ahh no. Thank @MB . It was the steel guard thingo'. I gave it to you on our last camp trip. He gave it to me and said if if didn't fit pass it on.

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