It keeps the spider gears spread apart , to mesh to the Differential output shaft gears ( 2) , one on each side of of the spider gear set , inside the Differential Housing .
What I was trying to find was a Modification to a Traxxas Rustler / Nitro Sport Diff ,
that you took a longer pin and cut it just a small bit longer , which in turn , is suppose
to force the spider gear teeth ( further ) into the Diff output shaft , gear teeth , for better tooth contact area , hence .... less gear tooth breakage .....maybe last longer also.
You have to open the differential and remove the retaining pin from the spider gear to remove the axle shaft.
Lift and support rear of vehicle. Remove rear tires and brake drums or rotors. Remove back cover on differential. Rotate ring gear and locate locking bolt that keeps spider gear pin in place and remove it. Remove spider gear pin. Push in on the axle to remove "C" clip. Remove axle, Remove seal. Reverse order for installation. Replenish rear diff with proper gear lube.
remove the inspection plate. rotate the ring gear until you see the head of a small bolt. remove the bolt. the pin will fall out
Some play is normal but the pin that holds them in place should be snug in the housing.
Yes. I own a 1993. Stock they have a locking diff that only works in super low, but if you remove a pin from the 2wd/4wd gear selector they have a locking differential in every gear of the subtransmission
If you have a locking rear differential and are not a professional, don't do it without first reading the GM service procedure as provided by SI. I believe all 97 suburbans use a locking rear differential. This requires a minimum of three hours. If it's an open diff: Pop the cap off, then rotate the carrier until the bolt is visible. Remove the bolt, then the pin. Hold the driveshaft still and rotate one rear wheel until a spider gear pops out. Reverse direction of rotation to pop out the other spider gear. We're talking about rear differential parts and not front, right? Or is this something to do with a central sequential fuel injection setup?
if u have seen the spider pin, then it has already been available, and u can no longer get it, because it will now have been replaced with a new pin.
After U remove the cover-TURN the pinion gear assembly UNTIL U C A 5/16 inch bolt head--IT"S a PIN that goes through the gear housing 2 HOLD the retaining pin in place.Make sure the curved washers BEHIND the gears are put back in-they fall out easilyU have 2 turn the gear Housing until U can slide the bolt?Pin past the CAP Bolts.
0000 that's the factory PIN for just about everything (:
depends on type but generally you remove cover ,remove pin locking bolt 5/16" or 8mm ,remove spider pin then push axel inward ,remove "c" clip from axel then pull axel out this allows you to remove gear ball caps and remove gear ball, then pinon comes out through back
First remove rear cover then remove cross pin bolt. Once bolt is removed then slide out cross pin. After cross pin is removed then use your fingers and spin the spider gears out.
it is a mechanical 'claw' like device that is placed over each end of a metal gear with a center pin. as the center pin is wrenched inward the two 'claw' like arms are drawn away from the shaft this removing the gear from the shaft.....................
The world's smallest spider would be the Patu Digua spider. A male Patu only measures approximately 0.37mm and his head is about the size of a pin.
A healthy spider plant will throw out runners with a plantlet at the end. Pin this into a pot of compost and it will root no bother.
I have a 02 silverado it is basicly the same rearend. The same thing happend to me, I was not as lucky i sustained severe damage. The cause of this was the keeper bolt in the center pin ether broke or backed its self loose allowing your center pin to "drop". Once the center pin drops the differental will basicly self desruct.
Take off pumkin cover, on center pin in the diff there is a bolt on the botton of the bigger opening that holds pin in place, take the bolt out of the pin and tap the pin out. You have to tap out one side to get out one gear, then tap the pin back through and do the same thing for the other gear. Once you get the upper and lower gears out there are C clips that you have to take out so you can slide the axles out at the two middle gears will pop out. If you have any questions call me at 435-820-5242. and i will help you the best I can. GOOD LUCK.... He forgot to ask you if is posi or limited slip or one wheel wonder,you can not do this if it is posi or limited slip(clutch type).
remove rear cover from differential, find 1/4 inch bolt in the third member that holds the 1 inch diameter pin between the axles. Remove the bolt and the pin, push the axle that you want to remove in towards the differential and remove the C-clip that keeps the axle in the differential. Pull the axle, using a bearing puller remove the oil seal and the bearing. Replace the bearing and the oil seal, make sure it is installed in the right direction or it will leak. install the axle, C-clip, pin, bolt, rear cover, and differential oil.
The bolt that holds that pin in fails. This can be caused by spinning tires or bad luck.
The cat-faced spider (Araneus gemmoides) may be described as having a large abdomen with four pin-sized holes.The spider is harmless. It is called cat-faced because of the patterning of the dimples, holes or indentations on its abdomen. The pattern often is interpreted as reminiscent of the eyes and ears of a cat.
Either the cam gear or distributor gear are completely worn out or the more probable. The gear on the distributor is installed using a roll pin. It's possible this is worn out and broken.
remove the lock pin (usually a bolt or screw) then using a screw driver tap pin carefully out then once axles re moved place pin back to avoid losing position of the gears inside the pumpkin.
If you look at the carrier you will see a big pin that goe's through the spider gears and carrier. Turn the carrier around until you see a small bolt on the right side of it. Remove the bolt that is what holds the pin in the carrier. Then pull the pin out towards you. Then push the axel's in and the c-clips will fall out. Then put pin back in so the spider gears don't fall out.
you snapped the little pin in the trany. big money
Assuming that it is anautomatic And it's just the shifter that you want, at the bottom of the shifter by the steering column there is a pin. Take a punch and drive the pin out.