181 cv to bus?

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51MAN
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Post by 51MAN » Thu Aug 03, 2006 11:58 am

I asked about the boots as the parts place listthem as different items for a 924/944 or bus...
OK so the drive shafts are no use.. though that would be the case, narrower track and all that.

Gonna have a look round the breakers, a set of OE 924 cvs and boots would help with a little project I am working on.. :D

vwthingboy
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Post by vwthingboy » Sat Aug 05, 2006 2:56 pm

There's good CV info and pictures here:
http://www.blindchickenracing.com/How_t ... ts_101.htm

51MAN
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Post by 51MAN » Sun Aug 06, 2006 3:38 am

Yeah, thats the site that got me thinking..
Cheers
Si

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Re: 181 cv to bus?

Post by ddbyrd3 » Fri Nov 21, 2014 4:03 pm

I know this link is old, but I want to update info for those that may go to the link: http://www.allzim.com/acatalog/CV_Joint ... _924S.html
expecting to buy true TYPE 4 CV's. The CV's these guys sell are labeled 944.331.901 Which is a type 4 944 CV. However, what you get in the box is actually a type 2 CV. I know because I just ordered them and this is what I discovered.

They state, because the CV's are interchangeable, they only sell the type 2 CV even though it is identified as 944.331.901. Due to street cars don't require the full 22 degrees of angulation.

Just keep that in mind if you are truly seeking type 4 CV's.

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