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Old 04-25-2009, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by DeliveryValve View Post
But if the spacers were too thin, the C clip would of also gone in fine. You would need to make sure the axles were seated in properly and check to make sure there was no gap between the C clip and carrier. Even a slight gap could wreak havoc in there.
Marz, no gap or play if thats what you meant. The clip actually went in snug.

There really isn't much to the whole process. Once the bolt from the wheel end and the C clip from the diff end are removed, everything slides out. So, I can't imagine what else would cause the "rubbing" or "clunk" sounds from the rear end.
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