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Default Help finding new tailshaft from gearbox to diff

Hi, a driveline specialist tells me my rear drive shaft should be replaced, does anyone know where to get one my local Mitsubishi dealer was not really interested and i could not get a price from them.

So if anyone knows where to get one i would appreciate your help.

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Hi Peter,

This subject was recently discussed on the Gen 3 sub forum. Both Gen 3 and Gen 4 Pajeros have a composite rear tail shaft so these are expensive to replace and hard to source.
https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...ad.php?t=65723'

Need to check your VIN to ensure you have the correct part number, use Partsque for this.
Once you have the correct part number then it makes the search easier.

What is the mechanic telling you in regard to why your rear tail shaft needs replacement, this is not a common problem.

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Hi Old Jack

Thanks for your reply I will see if I can order one as per your advice.

Three people have looked at the rear of my NS with 325000 kmís on it, the rear of the car has been taken apart about twice now. Lots of rear suspension bushes were really worn and one rear engine mount had failed, all have been replaced.

The shaft is a 2nd hand one and it reduced the clunking a fair bit bit after a coupe of months it has got louder. The driveline specialist is confident with a new clutch ( made no change but was worn) gearbox checked, diff checked and both rear drive shafts to each wheel checked and that he can very easily demonstrate movement in the tail shaft he is confident that is my problem. He had a person who reconditioned them but unfortunately the person who did this has retired.

The driveline guy does not think my super pro bushing put much noise through the suspension, but we did put them on the diff and he thinks they do transmit more noise than rubber OEM diff bushings, but he thinks regardless the tail shaft is my main problem.

Once again thanks for your help.

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