- First Gear
- Posts: 44
- Joined: 20 Feb 2012
- Location: Wilmington, NC, USA
I found one end of the shafts in one direction had less angular movement than the others due to casting size / shaft size position etc. arrangement differences - not obvious on first glance. A bit of skillfull grinding/filing not removing much material on the interference points ( in a non stucutural area for those eng. types) increased the movement of that end by about 5 deg. and no interference in hand turning the wheels at full droop was found after. This can be viewed on the bench with a bit of careful placement and comparison of the shaft. Kind of hard to explain in writing.
- Third Gear
- Posts: 315
- Joined: 04 Jan 2011
- Location: Ont. Canada
I also bent the extension arms on my chassis support stands and ruined them in my hurry making sure of this clearance issue !
- Second Gear
- Posts: 88
- Joined: 26 Jul 2010
- Location: Greenback, Tennessee, USA
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