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Old 02-12-2013, 09:57 AM   #30
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You'll have to get crafty since you're not pulling the trans out and doing this "properly". Carefully and fully unstake the nuts before blasting them off, that's a given regardless. For torquing, you can try a wood wedge into the gears, or an aluminum/brass wedge would likely hold up better. Engaging a gear and having someone hold the brakes tight might be enough, but we're talking about 195 lb/ft on the big 50mm nut..... I guess my answer is whatever way you find to make it happen, with the least possible stress on the bearings or gear teeth.

Originally Posted by MikeC5 View Post
Any tips on the best way to prevent the main/driven shafts from rotating while you remove the 36/50 mm nuts? It would seem you wouldn't want to put that load on the R&P....
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