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    help!!!!

    Changed the diff. Oil and after putting all back together i stripped a wheel and the hex also wore down. Front has all the power and the back does not do much. Checked the slipper clutch and adjusted several times. Still does the same. Front tires tear up the grass and the back wheels are almost dead. Hold the truck on the ground and the back dies not nove but the front spins. Any ideas????

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    Arent you missing something in your rear diff?
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    Not sure what your asking. The back tires spin when i have the truck lifted but when on the ground it is very clear that the front is runnung the truck. The front tires throw dirt as in the past it has always been the back. back right tire is where it striped the entire center out of the inside of the rim. I just pulled the rear diff. out again and put it back in and the same thing. It's a mystery to me.
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    Is the pin still in the shaft where the slipper is mounted on (#6893)?


    Never mind. In that case the front wouldnt move either. It might be that the rear end of it is stripped.
    Last edited by Petertje60; 02-22-2012 at 01:49 PM.
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    pin is in fine. rear end of what??

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    refering to part number 6888(stripped)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eschult View Post
    pin is in fine. rear end of what??
    Of that shaft.
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    you mean remove prt 6888 to see if part 6893 is stripped under it??

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    Yeah, if the flat part is damaged on either sides, that might slip and cause your rear wheels get almost no power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petertje60 View Post
    Yeah, if the flat part is damaged on either sides, that might slip and cause your rear wheels get almost no power.
    No it's fine . remover set screw and it looks perfect

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    part 6755 is good also

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    pinion is good and also the gear is good. I looked at all of that first. That is why i am puzzled

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    That makes 2 of us. The hexes on the rear are both fine now?
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    You have a stripped rear wheel hex. It won't get power to the rear. Trust me. Have had it happen too many times. That's why I bought aluminum hexs and wheels.
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    this is an aluminum hex . I will replace the wheeel and see if it changes.

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