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I think that's where I got my gussets from.
Now if only I could get my bloody mirrors off the old ones.
Anybody got any tips? the screws are like they're welded in.

If you're talking phillips head a little valve grinding compound on the end of the screwdriver helps a lot. Impact screwdrivers work great for that too.
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tried partsouq?
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If you're talking phillips head a little valve grinding compound on the end of the screwdriver helps a lot. Impact screwdrivers work great for that too.
Thanks for the suggestion re valve grinding compound. We've had a rattle gun on them, haven't budged yet. I'm giving them a daily spray of WD40 in the hope that might get in a bit and loosen them.
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tried partsouq?
I’ve looked up VINs that I know are factory dual range units and partsouq doesn’t show parts for these, only single range boxes
@pontoontodd - if those parts are the same as the phase 2 EJ box I’ll probably have a set kicking around for the 1.19:1 low range.

I’ll try and dig themout this weekend.

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I'm looking for some Subaru dual range parts, can someone recommend a good dealership in Australia to contact or link to a Subaru Australia parts site? Just need a few bearings and pins and a gear.
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I have a dual range box for sale. Requires assembly. Comes with SF 1.446 low range
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I have a dual range box for sale. Requires assembly. Comes with SF 1.446 low range

Are you willing to ship it to the US? If so, how much for the gearbox & shipping?
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I’ve looked up VINs that I know are factory dual range units and partsouq doesn’t show parts for these, only single range boxes
Odd.

Try this: LEGACY B12 Chassis, Powertrain and Brake

OP - this what you are looking for? Many bits not available, but the baulk rings appear to be.
MT, AUXILIARY GEAR - HIGH & LOW GEAR

This is a 1.19:1 trans (legacy outback)

Here's an SG9 D/R Foz, and an SF5. 2.0l, which will have a lower range.

Once place to find VINS is a Sydney wrecker: Pick n Payless has VIN images online
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Iíve looked up VINs that I know are factory dual range units and partsouq doesnít show parts for these, only single range boxes
@pontoontodd - if those parts are the same as the phase 2 EJ box Iíll probably have a set kicking around for the 1.19:1 low range.

Iíll try and dig themout this weekend.

Cheers

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I tried the Subaru parts website here, which normally has everything, but it only goes back to 93 Impreza. No Loyale, GL, Brat, etc.
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Odd.

Try this: LEGACY B12 Chassis, Powertrain and Brake

OP - this what you are looking for? Many bits not available, but the baulk rings appear to be.
MT, AUXILIARY GEAR - HIGH & LOW GEAR

This is a 1.19:1 trans (legacy outback)

Here's an SG9 D/R Foz, and an SF5. 2.0l, which will have a lower range.

Once place to find VINS is a Sydney wrecker: Pick n Payless has VIN images online

Thanks for those links, unfortunately all three have 22x30x27 needle bearings for the idler shaft. Mine are 22mm ID x 28mm OD x 23mm long. That wrecker you linked to only has 93+ Subarus. I found a Loyale on ebay (they usually have VIN listed) and looked that up on partsouq.

https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/genu...AN53B7GF459051
https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/genu...AN53B7GF459051

Then found the needle bearing part number and it showed 22x28x23 size. Searched that part number on the US Subaru part site (subarupartwholesale.com) and that linked to this diagram:
https://www.subarupartwholesale.com/...10-116-01.html
https://www.subarupartwholesale.com/...10-116-02.html

Strangely I can't see any other parts diagrams for a Subaru that old on that site even if I put in the VIN.

Long story short it says I can get them for $15 each, so thank you very much!



Could also use the little pins that go in the idler shaft but I can definitely find/make something to work there. They aren't available according to partsouq and the Subaru site in the US.



Also need third gear, this one is 29 teeth. There's a thin washer that is mostly broken off. Wasn't causing a problem but seems like it should be replaced while it's apart. I think I have one in another trans but would prefer to put in a new one, doesn't seem to be available anymore.
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