I broke my clutch the other day and was gonna replace it and I thought while I was doing it might as well switch out whatever is old so I’m wondering what kind of axels would perform best for my car
39100-ET80B and 39101-ET80B are discontinued but still available from many online retailers.When you find a replacement axle for us that are not parts store axles then post them.
Cheaply made, inferior quality product. Purchase at your own risk.I usually go to a local rack and axle rebuild brick and morter. From what I understand O'Reilly has an option where they literally build using all new parts.
I understand the difficulty.Those parts are claimed to be available but the reality is they haven't updated their info and due to the trans the likely hood of them having it is close to 0, though I would be shocked. That is the experience I have had when looking for parts
Finding used axles as well for the trans will be equally difficult if not more daunting. Looking for myself when I even find the proper axles they are in bad condition from what ever you can think of, salvage strictly speaking.
Its unfortunate and I don't like having chain parts store axles but mine have held up with no issue
I ran into the bench bleed issue when I had to recently replace my clutch and slave. Idk if the one that came in the kit was bad( very possible) but I ended up getting a valeo unit and it said in the instructions not to bench bleed the new slave.I have never looked in to bench bleeding, I have never had an issue with air in the system while bleeding the system in the vehicle...even when I had to do it by myself
The rear main is my .02 and its a valid reason for those that do replace them but it makes no sense to me but at the same time I have been around different motors and drive train that I don't see the point unless visually or evidently. These are on items that cost millions with "weaker" seals...and lives on the line....but I never really care about the latter so take it with a grain of salt.
At the end of the day do what you think is better.