• les m

    Hi Have a 65 TR4A IRS and am going to replace the diff seals and gasket. All are leaking. also while I am there will drop out the swing arms and re bush them as well as replace the wheel bearings and collapsable spacer. I assume its easier to do this on the shed floor rather than in the car. I hope its a case of jacking the chassis up and blocking it then dropping the diff out then same with swing arms. Has anyone done similar or know any problems I might find. any info would be appreciated.
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