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Rear diff bearing torque settings 95 trooper - 1992 Isuzu Trooper

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Do you mean the pre loads on the pinion bearings and the crownwheel ?
Pinion is 6 - 11.5 lbs Ins on new  bearings on the big nut as you turn it up the pinion should just start to turn .
, it has a collapsible spacer ..
Crown wheel bearing caps are 80 Ft/Lbs.
Crownwheel bearings are loaded by getting the backlash to 006' - 008' thou and putting a 002' shim each side to load the tapers up .

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