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Old 12-23-2009, 01:59 PM
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8.8 LSD F150 exploded view diagram?

I'm looking for an exploded view of my 8.8 LSD . How many bearings on the pinion shaft? Is there a front one I can get at easily? My Haynes manual doesn't help me here.
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not exactly , but this will give you an idea of how its made.

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the pinion slides in from the rear with 1 bearing, you tighten the crush nut on the front to hold it in and set preload. the ring gear bolts to the planet gear holder, and the clutch pack sets to the side of that... in the photo, you can see the cluthc pack housing.
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Thanks. There is also a front bearing which I think can be changed without pulling everything apart. My diff also has a wave spring in it.
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