MD4E 4 speed transaxle
MD5-2D 5 speed transaxle
S4 Sequential shift 4spd
S4D, Durable Sequential
S5, Sequential 5spd
S5D, Durable Sequential
HD4 Heavy Duty 4spd Sequential
Gear Ratio Calculator
Shift Linkage Adjusting
Clutch linkage upgrade,
091, 002, Type 1
MD4 Ring Gear
MD4-2D Pinion Gear
MD4E Pinion Gear
MD5 Pinion Gear
MD 930 CV stubs
MD 935 CV stubs
HD4 Carrier and end gear
HD4 Ring and Pinion
HD4 Case Front
HD4 Differential Case
S4 Case Front
S4 Differential Case Side
Transaxle selection chart
2 seat mid-engine with S4
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|Typical grease needle will have a
zerk fitting on one end to work with almost any grease gun. This makes
it easy to use two grease guns to install 75% Swepco grease and 25% Belray
grease, as often recommended by many off-road enthusiasts.
|These grease needles make it very easy to get
grease in all tight areas of the CV, packing it thoroughly without having to
touch the grease. Be careful with the needle, they can be sharp.
These needles are usually available at a good auto parts
stores such as NAPA, Auto Zone and Pep Boys. Print this page and take
it with you in case you need to ask someone where they are located.
If you use Bates Boots on your CVs, allowing you to slip
off the CV boot without loosening the CV bolts, these grease needles can
make it quick a easy to squirt a little extra grease into the CV joint
mid-season to insure the joint doesn't get dry with high usage.
|Although the universal zerk fitting make it
easy to use from one gun to another, it can be a problem keeping it attached
during use. There are two ways to help prevent detachment.
1. Use duct tape. After installing the zerk into
the gun hose, wrap it with tape. Make sure the surfaces aren't greasy.
2. Remove the zerk fitting and screw the needle hose
onto the gun hose.