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Jajohnsen 06-30-2018 08:55 AM

CV Joint gasket - 93033229700
 
Hi, I'm replacing the boots and re-greasing my cv joints, and on my way to re-assembly them and have this one question.

Does anyone now if this gasket for the cv joint is supposed to have adhesives on one side?

https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/93033229700.htm?pn=930-332-297-00&KeepHeader=Y

infraredcalvin 06-30-2018 09:44 AM

I’ve never seen one with adhesive, 930, 911, or 914...

JFairman 06-30-2018 10:29 AM

I replaced those gaskets on an SC and there was adhesive on one side.
It just helps to hold the gasket in place on the CV joint while you're installing the bolts and axles. When tightening the bolts the gasket gets squished and that should seal in the grease.

Jajohnsen 06-30-2018 10:34 AM

Thanks for the answers,

the videos I've found mention adhesives, but on my gaskets it doesn't look like it is any hence my question.

So maybe there is adhesives on the sc ones but not for the 930.

JFairman 06-30-2018 06:56 PM

I was doing some work on a normally aspirated 1980 3.0 and a '77 930 around the same time a couple years ago. Now that I think about it some more I'm not sure which one had the gaskets on the CV's. It probably was the '77 930. Sorry for the confusion it could have been either car.

Alan L 06-30-2018 07:05 PM

You really are just trying to hold the thing in place while re assembling and getting the bolts thru without snagging the gasket. If there ever was any adhesive it has no other purpose. I don't recall any in the ones I have done. A smear of grease on the backside may help hold it in place.
Alan

dap930 07-01-2018 09:50 AM

The last time I worked on my Turbo CV joints, the gaskets I received had the adhesive on one side. Simply remove the release paper and stick it in place to aid with assembly.

Jajohnsen 07-01-2018 12:14 PM

Yeah, i thought these would have adhesive on one sde, they have one side that is white and looks like it has release paper, but when i try to remove it no luck, looks like it is part of the gasket.
http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1530472468.jpg

reclino 07-02-2018 08:12 AM

I know my 1986 930 is not set up to use these gaskets. If there is no cutout in the hub or inner driver, and you use these gaskets your likely to have the joint come loose at speed. That would be really really bad depending on how fast your going.
David

Jajohnsen 07-02-2018 08:36 AM

Thanks for the info. My car has the cutouts both inner and outer boot flange, transmission flange and the hub flange.

dap930 07-02-2018 12:08 PM

Maybe you could coat one side of the gasket with spray adhesive, then after it sets up, install the gasket to the recess as long as the recess is grease free.

Jajohnsen 07-02-2018 12:48 PM

Thanks for all the replys,

Installed one of the axles today, the seal stays in place fairly good if i put the bolts in the cv joint and and place the seal between them.

Also a god tip i found here in the forum was to cut a M10 bolt and cut a slot in it for the screw driver, then place it in one of the holes on the stub axle then mount the cv joint. Made it wery easy to get all aligned


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