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05-02-2013 06:27 PM
amc49 FordManSVT is correct, you cannot know what shim you need until your new part in there and remeasured for preload. May use same shim or even thinner possible. No way to know ahead of time the overall length of new part, they have a tolerance there and it could go either way.

I have the same problem on automatics, use same shim or sometimes WAY off. Depends on how close replacement part is.
05-01-2013 04:17 PM
SvviftSVT i will try to take pics during the process just because.. and if i learn anything not mentioned.. i will add it to the end of the how to on here... then maybe it could help anybody else out in the future.
05-01-2013 03:58 PM
PumkinSvt Yea that one lol


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05-01-2013 03:58 PM
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Have you seen the how to video on YouTube?


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the 3 part one?? yeah.. watched it about ten times already.
05-01-2013 03:56 PM
PumkinSvt Have you seen the how to video on YouTube?


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05-01-2013 11:58 AM
SvviftSVT thanks. i have some anaerobic sealant (which is what is recommended in the how-to i will follow)
also need to get red threadlock for the bolts.
Thanks for the input.
05-01-2013 11:55 AM
FordManSVT You do want to preload the diff bearing but they are preloaded from the factory. Most time putting new bearings in doesn't make a lot if difference because it is the same spec bearing and race as you took out. That's why the stock shim usually works. You can get away without a shop press if you have race drivers and a hammer( swing press). I would get the factor red sealant for the case halfs. That stuff works best.
05-01-2013 11:45 AM
SvviftSVT i will text you the addy...
and honestly, Friday night is date night with the lady. i am off during the day so i was going to get as much done as possible during the day.
taking her to a steakhouse then a movie...
been a while since we had a day to ourselves.
05-01-2013 11:41 AM
qweesy txt me your addy i would like to view this being i will eventually putting in the quaife in mine do you plan on working through the night on Friday, I know I work right next to where you live off 249 & Louetta
05-01-2013 11:29 AM
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so are you for sure doing it this weekend?
i am at least dropping it. and starting disassembly.
still working on getting the engine hoist (to relieve pressure on mounts and support the engine)
also a workbench and a shop press.

going to try to get the diff bearing on today. tomorrow, and/or Friday.
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