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Old 11-26-2017, 04:40 PM
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WTR: old-style four ear socket to remove transmission output yoke

On the output shaft of older ('70's era) transmission (apparently both manual and automatic) there is a round threaded fastener that has four slots spaced around the periphery. There exists, or some have made, a deep socket with corresponding tabs that fit into the openings and allow you to loosen or tighten the fastener. The fastener is around 21 or 22mm in diameter. I am looking for that tool!

You can see a picture of the fastener here:

Something is seriously wrong with 240D: clutch or manual transmission?

Please PM or reply to thread. Happy to provide a deposit and pay for shipping. Thanks,


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