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Old 01-05-2018, 11:37 PM   #34
randy500
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Re: Check my gear pattern :)

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Originally Posted by superhondaz50 View Post
Ok thanks, horsepower is only 250, but it does have 35" tires. I was putting load on the pinion with a breaker bar and a wrench on the carrier... I really couldn't get the drive pattern to shift towards the toe much at all. Either way, gotta get this right, the local shop wants $2k to set this up.
Look at your first pattern it was towards the toe. Here is a pic of the corvette guys pattern, he has a motor to turn the diff with a load so he gets a real clean pattern.
I usually turn my pinion with a slow speed 1/2” drill while loading the ring gear with a block of wood....cordless dewalt or other good drills on low speed will work too.
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