If you have any questions at all during the installation feel free to call me, I can help walk you through it. The biggest challenge is getting all of the tools needed if you do not already have some of them for cheaper than what it would cost to have them done!
yeah. i've asked both the snap on guy and the matco tools guy and niether of them knows what i'm talking about when i talk about a pinion depth gauge. all of them jus say use a dummy bearing and start at like twenty thousanths(sp) and check my back lash with a dial indicator. but i would be more than happy to take the time and money to purchase the right tools to learn, what i'm finding out, is a dieing art.
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