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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-18-2005, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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D300 parts and rebuild

It's time! Got the TF727 off to the rebuilder, the 360 is about ready to go in (just gotta wire it). So it's time to think about the D300. All my bookmarks went the way of the smoking lounge when I lost my hard drive last month...So help me out. I want to rebuild/renew my D300, aim me toward some web sites that sell parts/kits and sites that detail the rebuild process...
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Re: D300 parts and rebuild

WOW Larry... sure hope that Galen has a huge budget to work with. The 4Lo and new outputs would be great, maybe the twin stick too.

Some of those write ups are very good.

But!!!! You didn't tell him where to find the basic bearings, seals and shims to do the job. Always remember the basics.

Novak's Master Rebuild Kit is actually less expensive than buying the parts and pieces some place else:



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Actually, LEVE's links did contain JB conversions master rebuild kit... a little bit less $$ than Novak for what looks to be the same. Thanks for the links. Twin sticking is in the plan, HD outputs for this build likely are not. It's gonna be feeding to a D30 and a D44 so the HD outputs would be way overkill...
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Actually, LEVE's links did contain JB conversions master rebuild kit... a little bit less $$ than Novak for what looks to be the same. Thanks for the links. Twin sticking is in the plan, HD outputs for this build likely are not. It's gonna be feeding to a D30 and a D44 so the HD outputs would be way overkill...

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Sorry Larry... that is a good price and the kit looks to be complete.

If you try to pick out the parts and pieces from any of the on-line sellers you will push up over $200 and then pay shipping for the same stuff. I'll save that link.

It's pretty easy, don't think you will have any issues with it. Post if you do.

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Re: D300 parts and rebuild

Great Links and info!
I just got a 4:1 kit for Christmas, Huummmm Twin Stick would be nice too!

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FYI...I've got two twin-sticks that I'm not going to be using...one is a Currie and the other is one of the Ebay $65 Currie-esque knock-offs. I was going to mix-n-match to make the 3 shifter setup for my Scrambler but am going with cable shifters instead.
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