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Old 08-22-2010, 07:36 PM
J Kimmel J Kimmel is offline
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thats pretty much it. definately get new bearings...you want to avoid any unnecessary problems down the road that could have been avoided

as far as the spacer, I wouldn't set one up without them. Its 100x easier for the guy who doesn't set them up for a living. If its not right, pull the pinion nut off and re-adjust it. If the pre-load is wrong with the crush sleeve and its too far crushed, you have to get a new one.
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