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Disco 2 LT 230 diameter front and rear output flange

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Ahaggar, Mar 1, 2016.

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  1. Ahaggar

    Ahaggar Active Member

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    Hi there, I want to fit speedy sleeve because the flange is worn.

    Does anyone know the exact dimension that I need to buy?

    Regards Markus
     
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    Why not just replace the flanges?
     
  3. Ahaggar

    Ahaggar Active Member

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    Sleeves are available locally and I want to try them.
     
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    Fair enough. I guess the local availability makes them economical.

    I've got a stack of flanges in my shed at home, I'll get the calipers on them later and post here.
     
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    Thanks a lot.
     
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    OK so the battery in my digital caliper is dead, so this is an eyeball against the printed scale... both show OD of 45mm where the seal rides.

    Probably worth getting a 2nd opinion.
     
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    The seal's ID is 45mm and OD 72 that's what i know
     
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    I'll do some shopping tomorrow and will report asap.

    Thank a lot.
     
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