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RING AND PINION TOOTH CONTACT PATTERN.—The ring and pinion tooth contact pattern is used to double-check ring and pinion adjustment. To check the accuracy of your adjustments, coat the ring gear teeth with a thin coat of red lead, white grease, hydrated ferric oxide (yellow oxide or iron), or Prussian blue. Turn the ring gear one way and then the other to rub the teeth together, producing a contact pattern on the teeth. Carefully note the contact pattern that shows up on the teeth where the substance used has been wiped off. A good contact pattern is one located in the center of the gear teeth (fig. 5-21). Figure 5-21 shows several ring and pinion gear contact patterns. Study each and note the suggested correction for the faulty contact

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SOURCE: hi need to replace bearings on my rav4 96 model diff do i need to replace the collapseble spacers as well and what is the clearance settings on crown wheel and pinion

http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/search/Repair+Manual+-+General/03501/C0008.oap?model=RAV4&vi=1278301&year=1996&make=Toyota Here's a couple of repair manuals,always good to have one so you can trouble shoot on the spot.

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