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Old 09-07-2020, 17:48   #91
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After some research, the 3.0 clutch has a size of 260mm and the 2.7 is 250mm.
Both are 24 teeth.
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Old 09-07-2020, 22:44   #92
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And that is correct, the front of the Y61 are the same as the rear on the Terrano 2 with the diff H233b.
Told you Banshee

Y61 Trol electric ARB disconnect is 3 wires I think. Presumably one wire connects to the dash light to illuminate it when it's disconnected. Y60 Trols had a cable operated one. My 4.2 must have had it at some point in its life as the handle is still there under the dash (I think you pulled and twisted the handle to lock it "off").

I removed the one off my Y61, all it is is a fancy ARB link that looks similar to a miniature hydraulic ram with an electrically actuator which operates a jaw/pin for locking it (Y60 cable would've been connected straight to the locking pin). The end of the cylinder section is attached to the chassis ARB link mount and the end of the piston section is attached to the ARB. When unlocked the jaw/pin moves out of the piston section and that section is able to move in and out of the cylinder section so in effect removing the ARB.

Neat idea and works well, when it works, but the electric one is known to fail over time and become temperamental at connecting back up again. That's what happened to mine and then I fitted my 2" lift and removed the link and earthed the sensor wire
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Old 10-07-2020, 21:46   #93
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After some research, the 3.0 clutch has a size of 260mm and the 2.7 is 250mm.
Both are 24 teeth.
10mm extra bite
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Old 11-07-2020, 00:00   #94
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Told you Banshee

Y61 Trol electric ARB disconnect is 3 wires I think. Presumably one wire connects to the dash light to illuminate it when it's disconnected. Y60 Trols had a cable operated one. My 4.2 must have had it at some point in its life as the handle is still there under the dash (I think you pulled and twisted the handle to lock it "off").

I removed the one off my Y61, all it is is a fancy ARB link that looks similar to a miniature hydraulic ram with an electrically actuator which operates a jaw/pin for locking it (Y60 cable would've been connected straight to the locking pin). The end of the cylinder section is attached to the chassis ARB link mount and the end of the piston section is attached to the ARB. When unlocked the jaw/pin moves out of the piston section and that section is able to move in and out of the cylinder section so in effect removing the ARB.

Neat idea and works well, when it works, but the electric one is known to fail over time and become temperamental at connecting back up again. That's what happened to mine and then I fitted my 2" lift and removed the link and earthed the sensor wire
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Old 17-07-2020, 18:04   #95
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Well, after some digging i ended up buying the stock one from Borg&Beck.

Let's see how will she hold!
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Old 18-07-2020, 13:02   #96
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Well, after some digging i ended up buying the stock one from Borg&Beck.

Let's see how will she hold!
Good man, I've been happy with mine
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Old 18-07-2020, 14:21   #97
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@Banshee, some more photos from the eletric locker.

I gave it some juice, 12V, and it locks...








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Old 18-07-2020, 16:35   #98
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@Banshee, some more photos from the eletric locker.

I gave it some juice, 12V, and it locks...








That looks awesome buddy

Glad you've tested it on the bench, not too sure on the quality of the solder used on that earth cable though
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Old 18-07-2020, 17:17   #99
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Agreed... a little dodgy to say the least.
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If that's the quality of soldering i would be questioning what the rest of it is like.
I for one wouldn't put that anywhere my diff
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Old 20-07-2020, 16:52   #101
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If that's the quality of soldering i would be questioning what the rest if it is like.
I for one wouldn't put that anywhere my diff
Don't be like that!!!

I suspect they are using unsold RD136 cases to make this version of the locker, hense the botch job we see.

Let's think positive. Happy thoughts!
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Old 20-07-2020, 19:33   #102
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Looks like sealant to me
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Looks like sealant to me
In the electric cable yes, it's sealant.
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Don't be like that!!!

I suspect they are using unsold RD136 cases to make this version of the locker, hense the botch job we see.

Let's think positive. Happy thoughts!
Just my personal opinion matey.
If you are happy with it then go for it
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Looks like sealant to me
Well spotted Fez, I could not relate that pic to "solder" but my resolution is not that good so could not make up my mind, Rick
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