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Tearing Down Rear End

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Steve, a tech at the 4 Wheel Parts store in Westminster, Colorado, made quick work of tearing down the rear end. Since the replacement gears were not a drastic change he kept track of the original installation set up (mainly the shims to set the pinion depth) as a starting point for installing the new parts. This tactic paid off and it took him only about two hours to complete the rear install.