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Ca Differential

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02-29-2008 18:38:53




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Having trouble with the rear end opening up on my Ca. My question is if I move the shims from the left side and add it to the right side well that tighten it up and solve the problem/
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02-29-2008 19:38:54




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 Re: Ca Differential in reply to pipe, 02-29-2008 18:38:53  
you need to try to move the bevel gear and shaft sideways. if it has not end shake, then the bearings are shimmed correctly. if it hs extra play end to end, then you take out a shim untill it has no play... next, you check the backlash by rotating the gear slightly while holding the transmission input shaft. the bevel gear should have a small amount of backlash, if it has too much slop, then you move one shim from one side to the other and this moves the gear closer or further from the pinion gear (small gear).. i think the shim added will move the outer race outward from the bevel gear, which will allow the shaft and inner bearing to move that way, so the gear moves TOWARD the end where you add shims.

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