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Old 01-26-2010, 12:27 AM
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Pinion nut

what would/could cause the pinion nut to back off.
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reused pinion nut, I thought most were a interference nut, like a nylock or jamnut.
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not torqued properly or the ring wasn't pounded into the notch on the pinon
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thanks for the info, the pinion nut backed off and made the drive line flange wiggle a bit also lost the u joint
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