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Old August 31st, 2010, 09:37 PM
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diff carrier bearings-school me

So I have my old detroit back, still in the carrier. Trevor had removed it for Gustavo and removed the carrier bearings. I now want to put it into the 130. In looking @ the parts book it appears that there are spacers behind the bearings. Is it best route to carefully pull the bearings and spacers from the existing diff and reinstall on the other carrier ? Had planned on just getting new bearings but thinking that may not be the way to go.
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Old August 31st, 2010, 09:57 PM
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The Detroit for a Salisbury come sans carrier. If you want to install it in the 130 simply pull the carrier out, take it apart, remove the side and spider gears and replace it with the detroit you pulled out of the other carrier.
If you want to change the carrier bearings I would simply remove the bearings keeping track of the shims and press the new bearings on over the shims. Bearing tolerances are such that it should not make a difference.

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So the best way to go is to pull out the bolt that held the detroit together when you sent it to me, put that back in and the take the carrier apart. Instead of swapping the ring gear and simply puting new carrier bearings on that one ?
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Absolutely. You can swap the carriers in an hour, setting up gears under the truck is no fun...
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