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Old 01-09-2013, 09:08 AM   #1
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Rebuilding a T2 turbo, everything came off like gravy except the last part.. cannot get that shaft nut off the intake side. Any tricks or advise? If I come on to it anymore i'm going to snap the shaft, added propane heat but no luck so far.

I tore down three T1 turbos for practice leading up to this one with no issues at all, now the one I need is giving me this trouble

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Many aftermarket and newer turbine shafts are left hand threads. Are you turning the wrong way?
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I did not know it was possible to rebuild ones own turbo...that is awesome!!

How about leaving it in the freezer for a couple of hours and then try break it lose?
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All the T1 garrett's and mitsu's were right hand, would be good to know though for sure on the T2 Garrett...
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Got it off successfully.. finally, just propane and patience. It is right hand turn to avoid any confusion, thanks to those that pitched in.
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:26 PM   #6
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Where did you get your rebuild kit from? The only reliable place seems to be gpop shop
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Yes G-pop is where bought mine from, $49 for a basic kit isn't unreasonable I think.
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you install that turbo yet? would like to know how everything went for you
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Wont be installed till the spring, but I dont se there being any short term issuses, putting it back together is very simple, as long as you mark the position of the intake compressor wheel
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no balancing? how much boost you going to run?
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no balancing? how much boost you going to run?
I have had that question too, but again if it was fine before the rebuild changing the bearings doesn't change the balance does it??
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it could be argued that removing the wheel from the shaft could/can/does change the balance, some do balance( i do) others dont and dont have any problems, it's a gamble.
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A gamble im willing to take, for 50 bucks and I only plan to get 1 or two summers out of it before the motor gets yanked out, it is only a sunday driver. I am running 14 psi
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I wouldn't worry about it. It should hold up just fine. I bought a Super 60 turbo probably 5 or 6 years ago and rebuilt it. Slapped it in the car and it's been just fine running 18 psi over and over (no BOV either - haven't got around it installing it). The turbos take a beating and keep on ticking.
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Ironically I have more radial (side to side) shaft play after the rebuild kit, it's not hitting the housing but dam close to it, I am feeling timid about throwing this in the car now...
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