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Old 03-08-2012, 11:50 PM   #1
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Default How do I shim the inside of a diff, center diff for example?

I've read many posts but they all seem to refer to shimming the pinion shaft and outside the diff at the yokes between the bearings and the case.
How do you shim to get the internal gears tighter? A center diff has no case, how is it shimmed?
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depending on dif between the output gears and beaings some shim the cross pins this requires taking apart a few times to get right do it dry ad shims unstil it gets notchy to tight and then remove shims or reduce shims until smooth i had a link to a vid some where i will see if i can find it and it pertains to all difs
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