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Old 9th October 2010, 09:13   #16
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We have decided to send the rear axle housing to check for bend on lathe finally.
Please help me source:
1] rear axle housing, part num: 46510M70A00 (Rs.2600)
2] left rear axle, part num: 44221M70A00 (Rs.860)
3] complete rear differential unit with crown,pinion,axle,et all.
What will be cost of good running used parts?
What kind of repairing/engineering is that? Replace everything before confirming where the problem is? Why used parts? and why not sourced from Nagpur itself?
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Old 9th October 2010, 11:00   #17
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What kind of repairing/engineering is that? Replace everything before confirming where the problem is? Why used parts? and why not sourced from Nagpur itself?
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Gypsy king spares are very hard to come by in Nagpur. Waiting times of about 20 to 30 days if I place an order with Maruti. Hence I wanted help of friends located in Gypsy hubs to help procure the parts quickly.

I am looking to get this list just to have a standby differential incase I need in future considering that I have a fleet of gypsy kings now.

I will hear from the lathe about the condition of the axle tube today.

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Dr. A Ghosh

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Is it advisable to repair or replace a bent rear differential tube ? Is a repaired bent tube likely to cause trouble in the future ? What do the experts recommend ?

Dr. A Ghosh

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It can be repaired BUT ideally get a new tube for peace of mind sake.
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Old 11th October 2010, 13:10   #20
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Any updates, did you get the tubes checked? Any damage to them?
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