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I am happy to report that Salisbury transmissions (Dean Spires) is alive and well
in Harlow and is still able to rebuild Peerless and Warwick Diffs.

He has mine from Warwick #15 at the moment to sort out that annoying knock that's still
in the transmission after I've replaced the crunchy "white box" UJ's.

The last one he did for me seems able to cope with 158BHP (reported) in Peerless #278.




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My Diff is back, in the car and works a real treat.

I'm very happy with Dean and Salisbury Transmissions,
sharp turnaround, reasonably priced, highly recommended!

Dean says....

Use EP140.  The angle of the teeth on the crownwheel
is very steep, and it really needs sticky oil.

Replacement Crown wheels are scarce!  He is expecting to have
some re-manufactured next year, but they will be expensive.



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Thanks for the update Frank, glad you have it back.

Very interesting comment about EP140, too. GL4 or GL5 or other spec?


All the best,


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