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  1. well after plucking up enthusiasm to drop the diff on my 2000 mk2 to get at the input oil seal is not one of triumph best idea's the genuine manual doesnt cover Mk2 saloon Diffs. so the idea of remove rear support , split from the quill shaft does not work the rear support is not removable if it was this would be easy Ray and I fought it for some time and removed the 4 bolts securing the quill housing to the main rear sub frame ,this does not get the hsg out but does give just enough drop to clear the rear posts and with a hey and ho its popped off 'just' fun will be aligning to refit without wrecking the leather seal . new bearing for the quill shaft will be done with the hsg. on the car , thats just a circlip and a bit of mallet work, there is no seal in the quill shaft its just a single row Sealed bearing part two to follow later ....when the creaks and groans have had a rest. Pete
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