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the book i bought says that after i install the input ring gear it should give more resistence when rotating in a ccw direction the in cw direction. Mine has the same amount of resistence in both directions. Can anyone help me out with this or should i not worry about it? thanks for any help ben

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dont worry with it, if you put trany in park i think you will fine what they are talking about, good luck. JF
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what happens is the roller clutch holds in one direction as you spin the output shaft, the other direction the roller clutch over-runs.

As the roller clutch holds you will be spinning a drum in the oppisite direction. this is where the additional resistance comes from.

If the frictions are dry(no oil yet) the resistance will feel nearly the same in both directions.
Dont worry how old you are... it is the mileage on your body that adds up.
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