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    Re: Differential question

    There doesn't seem to be any reason; in fact they did it that way on later differentials (TR6 and Stag). However, it's still hard to pull the bearing

    TR3driver Today, 07:51 AM Go to last post


    Not a rant - but a (probable) solution.

    If your phone only rings *from numbers you have already called yourself*, then probably 99% of the

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    Re: Hole at Bottom of Threaded Stud Hole in Block

    Yes I do not see the hole being under much pressure, so yes seal it up that should do it. It would probably rust itself closed after time.

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    Re: Harley training wheels

    I believe those wheels are used for people with disabilities. Some even retract at higher speeds. At low speeds it takes all the weight off the drivers

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    Differential question

    From what I've read, the first step in re-assembling the differential is to set the pinion shaft front-to-back, using shims at the head bearing, then

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