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Old 07-15-2007, 11:25 AM
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Axle travel

My dana44 axles have a bit of travel (in and out that is) how much travel should i have if any at all? I do get a rattle in the front end. Ive checked and everything is tight but the axles. I was wondering if the c-clips in my diff came out? Any ideas. Oh and Im experimenting with my 300-6 if all goes well i should get around 500hp out of it by theory. Ill keep you updated.
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If the clips come out then you're fubar. The axles will slide out of the tubes. There's probably something else in the pumpkins that's a little loose.
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How much travel?

more then a "feel" and I would pull the cover and check the center pin for wear.

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