WTD 505 SRDT Sedan Diff and Drive Shaft
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    Default WTD 505 SRDT Sedan Diff and Drive Shaft

    The pinion splines on both are stripped.

    Please PM me if anyone has any of above items for sale? I am in Sydney



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    I have one or two in Gosford.
    What ratio are you after?
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    Hi Con,
    Just as a matter of interest, how do you think it happened ?
    And are you sure you don't mean the prop shaft ? The one going from the gearbox to the diff ?
    If the diff pinion splines are stripped, the prop shaft splines may be damaged, but not the drive shaft splines.....

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    Many thanks Andy but I have already been offered have one in Sydney. I'll be in touch if it is the wrong ratio.

    thanks again


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    sorry, you're not invisible, I'm just forgetful.

    You are correct of course, the correct term is prop. shaft - both it and the pinion shaft were damaged. The 2 top nuts where the prop. tube fastens to the diff were missing. I would guess that the misalignment was the reason for the failure. But also there was a fair bit of rust in the prop tube. The bearing inside tube is also gone. Fortunately, EAI still have them in stock.

    This must have been the result of the trip to Cape York last year.



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    Con, probably a bit late but if it's any help to you, here are the diff ratios for the 505 SRDt:

    Manual: 3.58:1 (same as automatic 604 SL)
    Automatic: 3.077:1 (same as nothing else!)

    You can of course change to a different ratio if you feel that would help, but remember to grab the speedo gears from the back of the gearbox to match!
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    thanks Scott.

    It came with a 12x43 and that's what's going back into it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by con View Post
    But also there was a fair bit of rust in the prop tube. The bearing inside tube is also gone. Fortunately, EAI still have them in stock.
    Non-Peugeot mechanics often don't grease the prop shaft bearing....they don't expect to see a grease nipple there.
    There's talk in another thread about putting molybdenum grease on those splines, but not on the splines on the front end of the prop shaft (oil is in there already, as they are inside the gearbox)

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    there was plenty of grease around the bearing but this didn't stop the rust forming in the rest of the tube.

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