I am swapping the front output housing on the TC of my 2003 LR Discovery. As part of the process, I may need to also exchange the differential/intermediate shaft. It has been exposed to the elements just a tiny bit and I would like to know how to clean all of these parts to spec. I do not intent to disassemble the bearings and gears as they are pressed on in a fashion that dissassembling will cause damage to at least the output bearings resulting in replacement and so forth; plus I don't have the tools for that process. Anyway, I need to clean everything as it stands, and lubricate everything properly before I install it onto my existing box. Please advise in all steps required, along with specifics such as type, make, brand etc. I was thinking a commercial parts washer but taking that route would require complete disassembly in order to apply assembly lube, would it not? I have never done this before. Much thanks.
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