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How do you hold your slipperential while tuning it.
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How do you hold your slipperential while tuning it. - 07.17.2009, 06:23 AM

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I've been experimenting with slipperential and everytime I want to loosen/tighten it I am missing one arm.. or two actually. Do you have any trick how to hold everything to be able to tune it, while using just one hands? usually I just ask somebody to hold driveshafts for me so not a big problem, but if you have any trick how to make it easier, most appreciated.
   
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07.17.2009, 06:33 AM

I don't hold the shafts, I just press the whole truck down so the wheels wont spin. Then you can turn the nut a bit, move the truck a bit, and give the nut another bit of a turn.
Or when it's already pretty tight, you can grab the spur itself. Works up to a point, when it starts to slip when you turn the nut.

Hope that helps

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07.17.2009, 06:39 AM

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I don't hold the shafts, I just press the whole truck down so the wheels wont spin. Then you can turn the nut a bit, move the truck a bit, and give the nut another bit of a turn.
Or when it's already pretty tight, you can grab the spur itself. Works up to a point, when it starts to slip when you turn the nut.

Hope that helps

Daf
Or I can move whole truck a bit while holding adjustments tool ;) I am running it quite tight so need to hold spur down. But I will try to move & push down whole car, that might work. Thanks
   
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