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04-20-2006 07:17 AM
MI2600 Yes, I used a thread file yesterday and finally got it on.
04-19-2006 02:03 PM
48ChryslerRodder If you can't find a die that size, try using a thread file. Any good tool store should have a set. They come in standard, metric, hydraulic, and pipe threads.Used carefully you should be able to clean the threads. They are great for those manufacturer proprietary items.
04-19-2006 12:12 PM
MI2600 Confirmed. 7/8" by 16...a special size compliments of GM.
04-18-2006 04:32 PM
MI2600
Chevy 8.2 Pinion Nut

I picked up a 10-bolt 3.08 rear end for my '72 El Camino, to replace the 3.55 that's killing me gas-wise in town.

Anyway, the yoke was off. When I went to install the pinion nut I noticed the threads on the pinion were slightly damaged and I can't get the nut on. It looks to be 7/8" by 16 pitch.

Can anyone confirm that? I may need to use a die on the threads if I can't clean them up.

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