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hi folks my 320 4.2 V8 supercharger has chewed a right rear abs sensor
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the picture with the blue arrow is pointing to the part that is causing the groove as I spin the rear hub it rotating as well so it cut the groove in the sensor
I'm wondering would anyone be able to shed any light on the subject
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If you right click your uploaded images then choose open image in new tab, you will get the links that work (same photos as posted above).

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thanks I was using my phone to upload from imgbb.com

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No problem, To have got them that far must have been far from simple! Hopefully someone can give you an answer, if its like the earlier models I wouldn't expect that bit to be moving if it contacted the sensor, but really need someone who has been more hands on with it to say for sure.

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it like the hub flange is not in the right place or the hub has been done up to tight

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Looking at the pictures in the parts listing, I can't see what that bit could be. Is it towards the outside (wheel side) or inside (diff side)? The reluctor notches don't appear to be central in the hole so something isn't quite right.

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Gilbertd wrote:

Looking at the pictures in the parts listing, I can't see what that bit could be. Is it towards the outside (wheel side) or inside (diff side)? The reluctor notches don't appear to be central in the hole so something isn't quite right.

it the rear of the hub so closer to the diff side
Once get break in the weather I'm going to take passengers rear off and see what the difference is

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The only thing shown on the picture on the parts list on that side is the clamp for the CV joint boot. It looks to be too close to the reluctor notches so maybe it has had an new boot fitted at some time and it has been pushed on too far?

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just a update people
After a couple of phone calls to @Gilbertd I found out it was the dust cover on the half shaft had been put on back to front when some previous work had been done on the hub of the range rover