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dkrevs
04-12-2010, 21:14
http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/7920/img0992kg.jpg
These are used to transform Valver driveshafts into Williams ones. You slide them up the splines on the CV joint, before you push the CV joint through the hub.
http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/5835/file0041.jpg

Chip from C16V is using this on his track Clio and has so far no problems at all.

Price is 20 for a pair and I need at least 10 people.

Because of massive postage, final package with these spacers will be sent to one respectable person who is established member on both Williams Clio and Clio16Valver forum and he will send these on to everyone else.

David

MatBrown
05-12-2010, 10:41
Is there enough thread on the shafts to get the nylock nut onto?


Mat.

dkrevs
05-12-2010, 11:36
I think yes, if you use this nuts: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160367956557&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT
They are not as thick as original Clio nuts, but they'll do the job.
When I'm doing this on mine, I will also loctite the nuts for a piece of mind.

dkrevs
17-12-2010, 22:58
Does anyone has Valver and RT or any other Clio(also Williams) shafts at home to compare if there is any difference in length. I suspect that ordinary Clio shafts are not long enough but every catalog states that they're 710/610mm or somewhere near that number. But if you look for Valver shafts it says that they're 700/600mm. I really don't understand this; how come lower spec shafts are longer? It makes no sense...

dkrevs
03-01-2011, 17:14
I'm closing this group buy.

Wobba
06-09-2011, 17:26
Do these actually work? I am just wondering as it would be a good temporary solution for Vandella, as he MAY have Valver shafts.

chip
06-09-2011, 17:51
Yes they work a treat, Ive been using these for about a year, and before that for about another year or so I was using some washers I made up spacers out of which is where dkrevs got the idea for these in the first place.

Thats with R19 arms, valver shafts, aftermarket shocks.

dkrevs
06-09-2011, 21:22
Of course they work. I'm driving with this spacers a few months now. Never had any problems.

16v_paddy
06-09-2011, 22:02
Do you wanna make some more? A load went missing in the post & I gave mine away to make up for it :(

dkrevs
07-09-2011, 07:45
No, probably won't do anymore, sorry. You don't have them? :shock: PM me and I'll refund you the money you paid.

James5
15-09-2015, 10:42
Are any of these still available? and what thickness are they? I am looking at using some of these on my R5 GTT to Clio 172 Hubs and the difference in length when fitted on a GTT is 7mm any chance someone can make a pair up 7mm thick? This is quite a new conversion the GTT as I need the ABS sensor holes for my standalone ECU.