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Question about 2002 F350 Super Duty DRW Reg. Cab

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Differentail slack / back lash Can the slack / back lash be adjusted out of the rear End?or what is the best fix to remove this slack. if your talking about turning the driveshaft both ways and ...

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Question about 2002 Discovery Series II

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...draiving the cage bearings in the input and output shaft in the transfer case are weak and letting slack into the gear to gear drive also slack in the chain itself the tranfer case just needs to be ...

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Question about 2002 Discovery Series II

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...slack but easy to select gears then first check that the gear lever or linkage if it has one is tight on the shaft and not sloppy, nine times out of ten this is the answer. If not then it could be ...

Question about 16 In. Girls Dream Journey Single Speed Bike

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...gears, there is a lot of slack and the bike won't pedal correctly. The back wheel isn't loose, the frame isn't bent...I don't see a hook or guide where the chain might go to take up ...

Question about 16 In. Girls Dream Journey Single Speed Bike

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...slack towards the tensioner trying not to move the gears and check your marks and if all good release the tensioner and then tighten. put the crank bolt in and turn the engine over 360 degrees and ...

Question about 1984 Ranger

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...willl turn a good bit before the tires start to. pinion bearing has some slack both in and out. Would the spider gears be the culprit on ring and pinion i would think ring and pinion before spider ...

Question about 1984 Ranger

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axceptable slack in timing gear need to know how mutch slack is axceptable and how to checkit A stretched timing chain will be accompanied by a rhythmic slapping sound. A timing belt should be tight ...

Question about 1984 Ranger

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...gears and there is a slight delay in power getting to wheels if you turn the drive shaft by hand there is free play. The differential pin may be worn due to possibly getting stuck and excessive ...

ring and pinion gears added to the splines on the driveshaft and the wear in the universal joints all contribute to the slack you feel. Overhauling these things will eliminate much of the excess slack

...slack is removed if you have gears , then the spring loaded idler or gear jump idler will keep the correct tension if you have direct gear to gear then pull the wheel back in the slots As noted, the ...

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