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Postby Mitsman » Tue Sep 28, 2010 7:17 pm

Hi Guys, love the forum been reading for a wile now, seems alot of you guy are local around newcastle witch is good to see!!

anyway im a bit stuck, iv just bought a lokka (4wdsystems) for my triton
gone to fit it today, set it all up and it looks i need some bigger shims

can anyone recommend a good diff shop, im thinking ill just take the center in and get them to set it up for me

Thanks
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Postby Greylux » Fri Oct 01, 2010 10:40 am

Newcastle gearbox and diff are pretty good mate
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Postby stormpatrol » Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:40 am

Greylux wrote:Newcastle gearbox and diff are pretty good mate
NO WAY THEY ARE BLOODY HOPELESS :shock: :shock: try the guys at out of town barnsley
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Postby Jimbo » Sat Oct 02, 2010 5:23 pm

PROMAC GEARBOX & DIFF at CARDIFF , quick, reliable and resonable priced!

Got my front diff repaired at Active 4x4 beresfield took 4 weeks, seals were already cracked after repair and cost alot.

Got the same repair at Promac Gearbox & Diff and it took 3 days and was $350 Cheaper.

I did ring up Newcastle G&D but could not help me at all.

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Postby Mitsman » Sat Oct 02, 2010 8:43 pm

Thanks for the reply's

I was pretty lucky, ended getting a pair shims from newcastle G&D
the only pair they had that even looked like fitting turned out to be the perfect width

went upto sugarloaf yesterday for a test run, very happy with it!!!!

might just have a chance up the watagans now :)
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Postby thebludger » Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:31 pm

Mitsman wrote:Thanks for the reply's

I was pretty lucky, ended getting a pair shims from newcastle G&D
the only pair they had that even looked like fitting turned out to be the perfect width

went upto sugarloaf yesterday for a test run, very happy with it!!!!

might just have a chance up the watagans now :)


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Im not a gyno but ill take a look at it for you!


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