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Wanted; drain plugs for gearbox and transfer box

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1 Wanted; drain plugs for gearbox and transfer box on 19th December 2015, 8:04 pm

Cosmic73

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I have to drill mine out due to some prick torqueing them up to 20 billion Nm!!
fuming
Anyone got any spare or know where i can get cheap replacements?
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johnny gtir

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What's Nissan charge or try bob or stu recently had gearbox spares but if his case is good he probably keeping it. Bob got my rear diff one out. People over tighten these not realiseing they don't need to be super tight. I am sure they are slightly tapered

Cosmic73

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I tried everything on it, heating it, cooling it. Even had a 1m breaker bar on it but the car ended up rocking on its axle stands!
Why do people do this..fuming
Ive got the Nissan part numbers 00931-2081a and 08931-512ja but id rather see if i can save some cash first.
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Have you tried heating them then spraying them with wd40. I use this method on some things at work, its no guarantee but worth a try. Theory is not all the wd40 is burned off on applying it and some may be drawn in as it all cools.


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Cosmic73

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I tried all that but the numpty's also sealed the threads pale

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Sealed the threads with what? If its loctite or similar, heat on it will reduce its effectiveness


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Its like a white sealent stuff, dont think its loctite.
I heated it till it turned straw coloured but like i said totally jammed.
Ive no choice but to drill it now anyway because the case is off and id never have the leverage.
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Good luck with drilling it out then


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Use an impact wrench thats how ive got them out before ....


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10 Re: Wanted; drain plugs for gearbox and transfer box on 19th December 2015, 10:14 pm

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I used a ratchet and a long pole, thought the fooker was going to break

11 Re: Wanted; drain plugs for gearbox and transfer box on 19th December 2015, 10:17 pm

wrc

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Plus gas.

Big balls.

I'd rather snap it and pick out the chunks than droll one. Fuck that.

12 Re: Wanted; drain plugs for gearbox and transfer box on 20th December 2015, 10:01 am

Stu

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I should have a gearbox one on the spare box I have.
Drop me your address in a pm and I will pop it in the post for you Wink


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13 Re: Wanted; drain plugs for gearbox and transfer box on 20th December 2015, 10:11 am

Cosmic73

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@Stu wrote:I should have a gearbox one on the spare box I have.
Drop me your address in a pm and I will pop it in the post for you Wink

Thats great, PM sent,
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