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2G Eagle Talon Driveshaft Rebuild Part Numbers

Posted by Rock2610d, Aug 24, 2013

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  1. Rock2610d

    Rock2610d Proven Member

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    Searched and searched but could not find all the part numbers I need for a drive-shaft refurbish.

    This is what I have so far from searches, I assume these are good for a Talon?

    2G AWD

    MR165048 Front Center Bearing...does this come with rubber?
    MB837577 Rear Center Bearing...does this come with rubber?
    MR470072 Transfer Case Recall Kit with transfer case seal

    NEED:
    U-joint part numbers, each...not an entire kit as I have a u- joint in Yoke kit.
    And any other parts that I do not know I need too, for a full Refurbishment.
    Note I have the transfer case fluid so I do not need that, or grease.

    FAQ shows procedure but does not list part numbers and is not 2G I do not believe.

    Thanks
     

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  2. synthetek

    synthetek DSM Wiseman

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    People usually buy the kit because it costs less than buying just the u joints.
     

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  3. Rock2610d

    Rock2610d Proven Member

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    Just seen that....$80 for a u-joint and $40 for the Kit.....

    So 3 kits and remove u-joints in two of the kits to put into drive-shaft?
     

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  4. synthetek

    synthetek DSM Wiseman

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    yes, you just take the parts you need from the kits.
     

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  5. PrimerPLus

    PrimerPLus Proven Member

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    Watch these videos. He gives parts numbers and detailed info on how to replace everything.
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JurluoSxJHI[/ame]
     
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  6. Rock2610d

    Rock2610d Proven Member

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    Thanks! That was great and exactly what I needed...

    Watched twice and still a little confused on the snap ring thickness though.
     

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  8. Rock2610d

    Rock2610d Proven Member

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    Very interesting....So does the OEM kit come with all 3 thicknesses? Its just trial and error installing? Just install and see if binds or is too loose and if they are go up or down in snap ring size?


    OEM
    Joint from cap to cap 2.530
    Snap rings:
    Silver .050
    Bronze .051
    Black .052
    Darker bronze .053

    OH, and I searched for this info for over an hour and did not see above post....don't know how you guys do it. THANKS!
     

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  9. ricktb

    ricktb Proven Member

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    yeah i just found the driveshaft rebuild vid on youtube. Thanks Jafro! I hope to tackle this project soon
     

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  10. twicks69

    twicks69 Supporting Vendor

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    The joint kits come with all the different thickness snaprings; it is a simple job just using the thickest snapring that properly seats the gap.

    The individual U-joints from Mitsubishi are over double the cost of the recall yoke kit, so you are best off using the recall yoke kit and having spare yokes. The spare yokes are also great for anyone doing drag racing as they commonly twist over time and are nice to replace regularly to prevent failure.
     

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