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24vseven

posted on 3/4/17 at 01:49 PM Reply With Quote
Mx5 propshaft

Apologies if this has been covered before but are all mx5 propshafts the same spline on the gearbox end. I need one for a hybrid prop and there's a marked difference in price between the mk2.5 and mk3.
Thanks in advance.

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Smokey mow

posted on 3/4/17 at 03:54 PM Reply With Quote
Mk1 to Mk2.5 should all be the same spline as they share a common gearbox but I would expect the Mk3 to be different.
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miskit

posted on 3/4/17 at 10:45 PM Reply With Quote
I have a Mk 2.5 propshaft that is

a) for sale

b) available for photo's of either end if it helps (irrespective of a) obviously)

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24vseven

posted on 4/4/17 at 06:00 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks.
Not so much photos but if you could measure the diameter and how many splines I can compare to my box and see if we're close.

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Furyous

posted on 4/4/17 at 07:09 AM Reply With Quote
From memory, the Mk3 is 23 splines. Could be wrong on that, though.
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Davg

posted on 4/4/17 at 08:31 AM Reply With Quote
The mk2 prop fits a mk3(N7) box.

Cheers D





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miskit

posted on 4/4/17 at 11:23 PM Reply With Quote
OD is 35mm, ID plain 26mm, ID splines 22mm
The splines have a pattern 10 +10
HTH
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[Edited on 4/4/17 by miskit]

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