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Driveline / Are these transmission mount bushes?
« on: November 17, 2012, 12:21:25 PM »
I have a holden transmisson and 253 in the beddie, the road worthy states that I have to replace the Gearbox mount bushes. I wasn't present at the road worthy so I'm guessing they're the rubbers in the image.
 I can find the mount online but can't seem to find these bushes online anywhere.

do they go by another name? Any help appreciated.


Driveline / Rear axle seal leak into drum brake
« on: September 10, 2012, 10:43:13 PM »
I have had my Beddie Cf 75' for about 3 months now, very happy. I'm 21, not a mechanic, but relatively capable with some fixes, and keen to repair most Beddie jobs myself.
I found the van pulling slightly to the left when braking, took the rear drums off and found a slow leak onto one of the left shoes.
It seems to be coming from the centre below the axle/spindle, definitely not brake fluid I think. Not losing fluid. I'm guessing it's a rear axle seal??

Is this a common issue? I have the Beddie manual and will investigate but I thought I would throw it at you guys first as this forum seems unreal, pic attached [the photo is turned 90 degrees anti-clockwise, the shiny bit above the springs in the center is actually small amount of fluid. There is a build up of crud at the base of the drum (but right on the photo)]

I'll replace with new drums both sides, and get someone to check the job for safety but first off;

Has anyone got some hints or words of advice for axle seal replacement? and do I need a special tool to get the center cap/nut off.
Any help appreciated, cheers, Tom

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