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Old 28th August 2010, 12:36   #721
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Old 28th August 2010, 15:11   #722
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Sir, to avoid all that double job, very simple.

Replace with a different gearbox.

Time saved, Money saved.

You need one...? let me know.

What differnt gearbox sirji ?
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Old 28th August 2010, 16:22   #723
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Here is how it should be done.


Input Shaft at bellhousing side

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Step 1
Remove circlip from Right hand drive shaft flange.

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Step 2
Remove the drive shaft flange.

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Step 3
Remove the side cover from gearbox diff casing. You can now see the Input Shaft at the top running into another gear sleave.

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Step 4
Remove the circlip on input shaft just where the splines start and enter the other gear cog/sleave.

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Once the circlip has been removed, the gear cog/sleave can be slid back to clear the inner splines, you can see the input shaft has a threaded end that can now be unscrewed by turning the input shaft anti-clockwise

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Input shaft is now unscrewed

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cog/sleave can now be withdrawn from input shaft

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Remove the circlip from the input shaft

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The input shaft can now be withdrawn from the Bellhousing side and job done

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This is from the internet. Hope this helps.
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Old 30th August 2010, 10:49   #724
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Here is how it should be done.

Input Shaft at bellhousing side ...
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wow,this is so simple, thanks a lot for the eforts,i think this will help me get the shaft out in a short span of time,now the only thing is the original input shaft,pls help me get any new or used,in India or abroad, source thanks

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wow,this is so simple, thanks a lot for the eforts,i think this will help me get the shaft out in a short span of time,now the only thing is the original input shaft,pls help me get any new or used,in India or abroad, source thanks
Indro , nice pics. But thats a Super beetle gearbox, entirely different than the pre 69 gearboxes.

Checked for some good gearboxes, but the prices are steep.

15-18K for a complete gearbox, with the active axles and hubs.

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Old 30th August 2010, 22:55   #726
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wow,this is so simple, thanks a lot for the eforts,i think this will help me get the shaft out in a short span of time,now the only thing is the original input shaft,pls help me get any new or used,in India or abroad, source thanks
Sirji trying to get you one. Will let you know asap.



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Indro , nice pics. But thats a Super beetle gearbox, entirely different than the pre 69 gearboxes.

Checked for some good gearboxes, but the prices are steep.

15-18K for a complete gearbox, with the active axles and hubs.
Sir the the reason was to give Inderpal Ji an idea of what need to be done. What gearboxes? VW ones ? Why don't we just try and look for a input shaft for him instead ? Should cost much less than 15-18k...!

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Sirji trying to get you one. Will let you know asap.





Sir the the reason was to give Inderpal Ji an idea of what need to be done. What gearboxes? VW ones ? Why don't we just try and look for a input shaft for him instead ? Should cost much less than 15-18k...!
dear friends i got the input shaft,its used but looks fresh and spleens are fine ,thanks for the support
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Here is an article on the Beetle Club in Bombay that appeared in the October 1992 issue of Auto India. I wonder if any of the members are present in the current Club.

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Here's a bug I spotted the other day in Lokhandwala, seems to be in pretty good shape
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1979 Volkswagen Beetle - Mr. Sarkaria - Chandigarh
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Here's a bug I spotted the other day in Lokhandwala, seems to be in pretty good shape
That's a neat looking bug - I doubt I have seen it before in Bombay. Do you have any more pics?
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That's a neat looking bug - I doubt I have seen it before in Bombay. Do you have any more pics?
I have this pic, dunno if it'll satisfy you Didn't really have time to click too many, was in a bit of a hurry.
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Here's a bug I spotted the other day in Lokhandwala, seems to be in pretty good shape
A nice 65 Bug, i love the color.

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1979 Volkswagen Beetle - Mr. Sarkaria - Chandigarh
That is Manreet's car

A nice chap and a nice car.

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A nice 65 Bug, i love the color.



That is Manreet's car

A nice chap and a nice car.
hi here is a picture of my 71 beetle and the new beetle,hope my friends will like it
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A nice 65 Bug, i love the color.



That is Manreet's car

A nice chap and a nice car.
not manreet but manpreet he was my senior in school and mr Sarkaria is also restoring a super beetle
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