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Old 09-02-2005, 05:14 PM   #1
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Default TB02 DIFF HELP!

Tonight i took apart my diff coz it sounded very gritty, i oiled the plates etc, when i went to put it back it wouldnt work, the screw just wasnt long enough, i had the nut, sring, screw and thrust bearing, but there wasnt this small plastic bit, but all theat looked to do was make the screw have to reach even further, please someone help me. Its an evo iii but im sure it uses the tb02 diff
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Look into the short (I think) end of the diff cup, and see if there's a hex shape cut out of the plastic.

If it's a TB-02 diff, you don't need that plastic nut holder thing.. the locknut just sits right into that space. The rest, like the spring, bearing, and screw, go on the other end. The Evo diff cups need that plastic piece since there's no nut hole, so keep it handy if you go buy the reinforced ones or something.
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