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    I'm cleaning up some stuff in the garage and in a box I was given when an old club member died, was this.

    I'm pretty sure it's not DS but more likely CX.

    Opinions please, and is it worth anything to anyone, who should the recycle bin be a little heavier this week?

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    It looks like a tripod CV joint. Is there a place for a roller in each of those slots?

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    Yes, looks like an inner CV socket for something like a CX.

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    Definatly CX, LH inner. If the bores are any good it is usable, if not, a driveshaft rebuild mob can bore them to take oversize rollers. Only useful if someone wants to get a drive shaft rebuilt.

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    it'll be separated from the rest of the shaft as it was probably "stuck" in a gearbox. If you can't pop the snap ring out of the diff, you just split the shaft as shown.
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    I've got several of those. As Bruce said CX inner left Triaxe housing! Both D and GS types bolt to the disc rotor tripod flange.
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    Craig,

    Definitely a CX LHS inner triax joint. If its in good condition, it is a very sort after part to fix a vibratey driveshaft.

    I there are wear ridges on the roller surfaces though, it is probably no worth holding onto as it would still make a driveshaft vibrate at about 80km/hr in my experience.

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