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Old 01-20-2009, 11:40 AM   #1
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Default XXX-CR diff question.

I'm trying to adjust my diff on my xxx-cr and need some help. The manual says, " ...tighten the slipper until the spring is fully compressed. Next, hold the spur gear and right rear tire, then try turning the left rear tire forward. It should be very difficult to turn the left rear tire."

Question #1:
When I'm holding the spur and the right rear tire, they shouldn't be moving when I'm rotating the left rear tire right?


So I try doing this like 10 times, but It is extremely difficult to turn the left wheel when I'm holding the spur and the right rear tire. It almost feels like it's impossible to turn the left wheel when I'm holding the spur and the right rear tire. So I check thed diff screw, and it wasn't very tight.

Question #2
I can feel the diff working when I hold the spur and turn either one of rear tire, and could see the other tire moving in opposite direction. Would this be another way of checking the diff?

Question #3
Is there a way to adjust the diff without taking the dogbone off from the diff outdrive?

thanks in advance.
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sorry wrong section... can any moderator delete this thread please?
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