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Old 15th March 2009, 14:38   #1
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Default Will Gypsy King's front Differential Hub/ Casing fit for a Gypsy

Hi All, The front differential Hub on my Gypsy (410- 1000cc) is broken, The joint where it holds the end (Semi-Ball kind) the welding has come apart, The mechanic is saying that it cannot be welded and it must replaced, Can you guys please let me know if the Front Differential Hub of Gypsy King will fit it the Gypsy, Because the gypsy is expensive than the Gypsy Kings' also it is avilable of the shelf. request all BHPians to give there inputs in this regards. Shortly i will attach the snaps of the broken differential Casing.
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I am not sure, but I think that it may not fit. The reason being that the earlier 410's had a narrow track and Gypsy King has a wider track.

Best option would be to take the advice from a good MASS.
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...The front differential Hub on my Gypsy (410- 1000cc) is broken, ...
Which model/year is your Gypsy, Gypsy_roadies ?

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...the earlier 410's had a narrow track and Gypsy King has a wider track....
From what I know, the MG410W (post 1992) models had the same track width as the King.

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...Best option would be to take the advice from a good MASS.
+1 to that...this would be the best option, since there could be differences in the diff. cover between the 410W and the King.

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Which model/year is your Gypsy, Gypsy_roadies ?



From what I know, the MG410W (post 1992) models had the same track width as the King.

Model - 1997, I also heard that post 1992 the gypsy and the Gypsy King has the same track. Can someone please confirm it.


+1 to that...this would be the best option, since there could be differences in the diff. cover between the 410W and the King.
Also to add to my bad luck, I had one of my college mate who works in Maruti Udyog Delhi but unfortunately i have lost his contact number or email ID. Iam wondering how to go about this issue, The Gypsy Front Diff Case will cost 8,500 + taxes ( Need to order and wait) and the Gypsy King Case - 4,500 + Taxes and it is avilable off shelf.
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