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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by nerraw117, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. nerraw117

    nerraw117 1/2 ton status

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    ok guys here is the problem. the front output on the so5 has really gotten me confused. i have a washer that has like 4 prongs on it. does it go behind the bearing? as of right now if i tighten the pinion nut to anywhere near 200ft lbs i will be unable to turn the yoke at all. so i know something is wrong. and anyone got pics of the seals on the adapter plate everyone says to replace due to leakage? like all the seals on the adapter plate? thx

    stephen
     
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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Can you get a pic of the washer in question. That might help us help you faster.
     
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    Are you talking abou the Thrust Washer?

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    Yes, this goes behind the bearing.
     
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    so is something not wrong on how the more i tighten the yoke nut before 200 ft. lbs the yoke wont be able to turn so i have to back it off
    right now its tight enough i guess, not 200 though and the yoke has a little drag
     
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    looks like behind the bearing, in front of the gear.
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    what about the adapter plate seals anyone have diagrams. thanks alot for that diagram its been worrying me.
     
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    anyone know how many seals the adaptor plate has (the fig 8 one)
     
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    The adapter plate uses a gasket, not a seal.
     

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