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Old 10-22-2010, 12:10 PM   #1
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Went to rebuild my diffs after so many times and I have to nearly tighten it down all the way with spring nearly pressed for the diff not to turn by hand.Is it time for new diff springs.
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Went to rebuild my diffs after so many times and I have to nearly tighten it down all the way with spring nearly pressed for the diff not to turn by hand.Is it time for new diff springs.
If the spring isn't doing its job any more... a clear yes!
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If the spring isn't doing its job any more... a clear yes!
Thanks,I guess the spring is no longer providing pressure.
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what if u stretched it back out
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