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Unread 09-04-2009, 12:06 AM   #31
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I see #19 input shaft and two #18 Bearing? Not much figuring LOL
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Unread 09-04-2009, 03:25 AM   #32
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Sorry, went to make dinner for kid, then my internet went out and I don't have Hughesnet LOL

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I see #19 input shaft and two #18 Bearing? Not much figuring LOL
Yes you see well scotty! 2 bearings there, same size.
I've found in some 'friendly' other forum, this public image which is better to see #'s


Since those are 20+ old bearings and you haven't answered the question if you did changed them or not, I am assuming you didn't, so cleaning them up and check free play is a must on each single bearing. I would anyway change them just to check and discard.
A close by gears tooth photo will help here, if they look sharp on the edge, they are bye bye.

Now the gear #19 (input shaft gear) mates the #23 (counter gear), those are ones that I had problems with.

Then, the #21 (pinion gear) mates #30 (ring gear)

23 & 21= intermediate gears.

You don't need to separate these, what thebirdman is suggesting, you remove all this gear assy, then turn wheels/brake drums to see if there's still noise on the spiders.

Then remove the 30 altogether with spiders and put back the intermediate gears, move the input shaft (even you can do this with motor) and check noise.

I'm still concerned on those old bearings (all of them) and if they been bad for long, they could probably worn out the gears.
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Gaston, thank you and Dirty We will check those things are you say. I have located another diff which the seller says is making a clicking noise... So maybe I can fix one of the 2?
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I had pretty good results in toning down a rear end whine by going to 90# gear oil. Worth a try??
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You are not the only one..... when we pulled an axle 1 gallon of 90w came pouring out the tube
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I used it on a 96CC and it only took 24oz. to the fill hole.?
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You are not the only one..... when we pulled an axle 1 gallon of 90w came pouring out the tube

1 gallon?!
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