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PostSubject: Always look.    Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:50 pm

Made a deal with a club member (he isnt now and hasn't been) years and years ago, got a civi roller, with a good posi, rolled the car on its side tonight, torch, saws all, tool ready to remove, and it's a fuking one spinner. I took the bad side of this deal to begin with, try to help someone out, get fuked again. So much for swapping out a good rearend into the SS.

Moral is, always check the pile o shit before you load it on the trailer, never take a mainah's word for anything. FUK.

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PostSubject: Re: Always look.    Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:58 pm

Cant you just get a used posi somewhere?
Or is it setting it up thats a problem?

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PostSubject: Re: Always look.    Wed Dec 28, 2011 5:05 pm

sdstick wrote:
Cant you just get a used posi somewhere?
Or is it setting it up thats a problem?

If its a civi pegleg 2:56 the carrier is too small for a posi.
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PostSubject: Re: Always look.    Wed Dec 28, 2011 5:30 pm

Setting it up is the issue, I got a 9c1 posi, maybe I'll just use that pos.
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PostSubject: Re: Always look.    Thu Dec 29, 2011 9:21 am

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I'd MUCH rather install the L/S (limited/slip) differential, in your situation, than swap out a set of ignition wires on an LT1.

You will benefit from having/borrowing/buying a magnetic base "plunger type" dial indicator, but otherwise, no special tools are required.

Pull cover, slide out both axles, check gears for wear pattern, and if good: measure backlash (will likely be around .008"), then re-use the same gears.

Swap ring-gear & bearings if good onto the new 9C1 diff., install the unit with proper side to side bearing pre-load (about .020" total) & duplicate old R&P gear back-lash setting.

You can optionally re-check your gear pattern with white or yellow gear marking compound.

You will probably need to play "musical side-shims" to achieve the correct side pre-load value and B/L settings.

My trick:
Include a .010" shim in both left & right shim-packs, so that you're able to slip the ham in and out easily (@ "zero" pre-load) until B/L is spot on, then add .010" back in on both sides, to achieve good side-bearing pre-load.

Slide back in the axles, cross-pin & horse shoe "C"clips, cover w/gasket, and re-fill housing with lube & L/S friction modifier, basically thats it.

Because you are re-using the same gears back in the same housing, its WAY simpler than a full-on R&P gear & L/S change over.

I would also install a new pinion seal in there, just on general principles, for insurance. While the "ham" is out, you can turn-feel the pinion bearings and pre-load there as well.

Go for it, its a lot easier than it sounds.
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