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front prop phasing

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by davebaird, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. davebaird

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    Had the front prop off today (defender 90 300tdi) and managed to pick wrong end up which split the prop. Searching on here I know they are phased, holding the prop so it is in phase which way do I turn it, ie 1 tooth anti clock wise or 1 tooth clockwise or is there no difference. It is an aftermarket prop so can't see ant markings on it
    cheers for any help,
     
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    Or
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    What's that then, about 45 degrees ?
     
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    Don't know what the actual angle is, however I believe that there are alignment marks on both half's that should line up
     
  6. davebaird

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    cheers for that turned it round by two splines seems to be running ok, now have to change 1 of the rear uj's as that is shagged