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Old 11-03-2011, 11:25 PM
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Too anal for me now guys! I have a honours degree in motorsport engineering and a distinction in technical engineering. I have proved my point. End of my posts in this subject.....
Well if nothing else, if no one knows how to setup the pinion angle, we all know it doesn't take much to get a degree in Motorsport Engineering or technical engineering in th UK.

I'm sorry my bad, lock her up.

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After 3 pages and the op doesn't get it something has to be said to lock it up.

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the face of trans out and diff in useing a angle gauge should be no more than 5dgrs different.,trans and engine can be to the left or right of the diff aslong as faces within 5dgrs.this info came from a dana service manual.
if engine and trans moved it must remain paralelto diff.It can be lower higher just get angles within the 5
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Well if nothing else, if no one knows how to setup the pinion angle, we all know it doesn't take much to get a degree in Motorsport Engineering or technical engineering in th UK......
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