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    Default Re: Pajero Gen 2 restoration

    PTO: an optional power port usually adjacent to the front propshaft pinion shaft. You can drive external items like winches and pumps. Mostly unused these days but a clever bloke can have a gear cut and fit a shaft with bearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    PTO: an optional power port usually adjacent to the front propshaft pinion shaft. You can drive external items like winches and pumps. Mostly unused these days but a clever bloke can have a gear cut and fit a shaft with bearing.
    I never realised the gearbox has a PTO outlet. I see you can buy the bolt on unit from China and it is well rated by the AUZ guys. Vely intelesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Does it need a TCU?
    Nope.... was connected to a 4y motor....Iíve still got the adaptor & TC (as it came outta the Vehicle)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryFrank View Post
    Nope.... was connected to a 4y motor....Iíve still got the adaptor & TC (as it came outta the Vehicle)
    Probably won't fit the Pajero then.
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    Default Re: Pajero Gen 2 restoration

    Can anyone please check and let me know what direction the rear propshaft on the Gen 2 turns?

    Thanks!

    I really really need to post the hundreds twenty four onety photos I have taken so far on getting the gearbox and TC stripped.

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    Default Re: Pajero Gen 2 restoration

    I am making progress with finding a solution for the propshafts!

    After giving up on anyone willing to help me I met Dawie Coetzee of Coetz Parts online. After a few emails he sent me this ...






    Now I need to find someone to machine the splined sleeve yoke and fit a flange to it. I also need to make a plan to bolt/lock the sleeve onto the output shaft so that the spline in the shaft can accommodate the movement.

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    PLEASE don't snap change from 1st to 2nd when you're in a dice. That pencil is not gonna make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mygoggie View Post

    Now I need to find someone to machine the splined sleeve yoke and fit a flange to it. I also need to make a plan to bolt/lock the sleeve onto the output shaft so that the spline in the shaft can accommodate the movement.
    So you need a Slip Yoke Eliminator?

    How many teeth and what diameter on that output?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    So you need a Slip Yoke Eliminator?

    How many teeth and what diameter on that output?
    No, you do not get a SYE for this gearbox. I can have the splined shaft and the sleeve bolted together with a centre bolt to create one.

    However for this I need a splined sleeve with a flange like this. This one is from a 2006 Pajero 3,2D front propshaft with a CV.





    The number of splines are 26, the OD of the sleeve is 39,7mm and the ID between splines is 29,3mm. See below.






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    Quote Originally Posted by MariusFourie View Post
    Why not tripod CV joints?
    No idea why Marius. If you know of a brand + part number that can work, please let me know. So far only Dawie Coetzee has been willing to help me with this problem and he said for a 4x4 a double cardan is the correct way to go. He said that propshaft CVs tend to loose the protecting rubber and then the CV lasts a few minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygoggie View Post

    I took this in to Loftie Dysel in PE this morning and he said no issue to fix. Hard chrome the area and the turn it to size. Works out a tad more than a grinding and sleeving operation and is the correct way of fixing the issue.

    Let's see what it looks like when done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygoggie View Post

    The number of splines are 26, the OD of the sleeve is 39,7mm and the ID between splines is 29,3mm. See below.
    1 9/16" and 1 5/16" ?

    http://driveshaftparts.co.za/index.p...ry&path=20_125

    http://driveshaftparts.co.za/index.p...roduct_id=3623

    Seems to be in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Wow, thanks for this. I will get the exact dimensions as this state 39mm OD whereas I need a 39,7mm OD. The oil seal is exactly 39,7mm ID so the sleeve OD must match.

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    Then look at this, should be the same as the early Paj and the Galloper were the same vehicle:

    http://driveshaftparts.co.za/index.p...roduct_id=1575
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Then look at this, should be the same as the early Paj and the Galloper were the same vehicle:

    http://driveshaftparts.co.za/index.p...roduct_id=1575
    This one is not stocked ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygoggie View Post
    This one is not stocked ...
    Frok
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    Default Re: Pajero Gen 2 restoration

    Quote Originally Posted by MariusFourie View Post
    Why not tripod CV joints?
    Tripod CV joints are low velocity joints. Won`t work on a prop shaft.
    It is not what you buy its what you build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    Tripod CV joints are low velocity joints. Won`t work on a prop shaft.
    Thanks for the feedback @grips. After a bit of reading it also appears that tripod joints have a much smaller functional angle of rotation.

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    Default Re: Pajero Gen 2 restoration

    I see a Spicer 2-3-8731X slip yoke can work if I can get the flange made up and welded to the yoke. Alternatively get the yoke to fit directly into the double cardan joint. I will ask on Monday ...

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