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Old 01-30-2008, 11:30 AM   #1
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Ok so I got my diffs built but now I have a one way I need to get in it. There is no instructions for it and well there are a few parts i dont know what do with like the o rings and silicone grease, can anyone explain how to build it? thanks
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So what was the problem with your diffs?
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Ok so I got my diffs built but now I have a one way I need to get in it. There is no instructions for it and well there are a few parts i dont know what do with like the o rings and silicone grease, can anyone explain how to build it? thanks
Leave out the orings they just can bind the drivetrain and aren't necessary. Put some silicone around the bearings and push them into the housing, thats is. The CVD's basically hold them from coming out.
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Problem with the diffs were the bearings were wrong in the manual confused me. Ok so I am not sure where to put these bearing on the oneway cause there really isnt anywhere for them to go.
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Try this, put some of the grease on the outdrives you slide into the main (blue) one-way piece. The bearings are already inside of it.
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Ok well teh sleeves slide in very easy already, so do I even need to use grease? and what side should I screws be on?
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Use the grease as it is a lubricant.

I don't have my car in front of me but make it look like the picture I attached if you can.
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ok cool, I got it all together and completed the car just now. Its awesome, kinda confusing but a good kit. I didnt use any silicone yet cause it looked to have some in it already cause I put the sleeve in and took it out and it had some wetness on it, and well it will just make a mess. so its all together now electronics and the track haha
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