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Rear Bearing Play?
w60 Offline
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#1
can anyone tell from the video if there is to much play in the rear bearings/axle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYtgzZG7klU


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Jeff K Offline
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#2
Looks typical to me.
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spittinfire Offline
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#3
That is not bearing wear, that is free play in the axle and this normal to me. 8.8s hold the axles in using C clips in the center section so this results in a little bit of float when you push/pull on the axle flange. The rotational free play is the stack up of the tolerances between the axle, side gear and spider gears in the differential, and it looks normal.
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w60 Offline
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#4
Thanks so so much!
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