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Im looking for a crown wheel and pinion for my ryobi expand it hedgecutter attachment. i was wondering where i would from them.

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Min./max backlash required on diff for Isuzu KB280DT 1998model after reconditioning & prior to "running in"


around .005" -.010" measured at the crown wheel tooth
if you have back lash at the pinion yoke , that is not the backlash you need to measure as it is a combination of axle spline and side gear clearance in the diff
what is most important is the mesh position of the crown wheel and pinion teeth, preload on the pinion bearings and diff carrier bearings
you will need a workshop manual to get the correct mesh setting and preload readings

Dec 28, 2016 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Whining noise rear end


if the noise is occurring on acceleration it will be the rear pinion bearing
if it is on deceleration it will be the front pinion bearing
if it comes and goes s you drive normally it is the incorrect mesh between the crown wheel and pinion and indicates worn carrier side bearings allowing the mesh of the crown wheel and pinion to vary
check for correct oil in the diff and check magnet on drain plug for metal bits

Feb 14, 2015 | 2008 Pontiac Torrent

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How do I remove the rear pinion shaft from a 1998 GMC Jimmy 4x4 to replace the bearing ?


you will have to remove the axles first ,then the crown wheel then the pinion flange and pull the pinion shaft out past where the crown wheel was . From the fact that you had to as how to do and that setting up a diff is not just a matter of changing a bearing I strongly recommend to you that you have this job done by an accredited transmission shop as failure to properly reassemble and adjust the settings will cost you a large amount of money

Jul 19, 2014 | 1998 GMC Jimmy

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I have replaced bearing on the pinion and crown on nissan 3.2. its has a bad noise. how do i adjust pinion and crown?


Adjustment to crown wheel and pinion has to be done after bearing replacement on the pinion and carrier. It is a method that unless you have done a lot of diff repairs will amount to a trial and error procedure to get it right. Fortunately any work shop manual that you can borrow will have the way to set up the diff and there will be photos and directions on which to move to get the setting right. It is important to get the reading right as correct gear mesh will ensure a long lasting quite diff operation.

Feb 08, 2014 | 2005 Volkswagen Golf 4

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All wheel drive box grinds when you have it in gear


If it happens when accelerating that is when the pinion bearing ( the bearing next to the crown wheel on the pinion )is under the most load. Check the magnetic drain plug for metal flakes. Check the condition of the front drive shaft spline as it may be generating the noise there and sending it to the diff.

Jan 20, 2014 | 2003 Dodge Caravan

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My Honda 2004 CR-V develops a howling noise from the rear of the car after about 20 miles of driving. I have changed the rear differential fluid, and burnished the differential clutches per Honda Service...


A howling noise from a diff is an indication of the gear mesh( pinion to crown wheel) is not correct. Several reasons being worn pinion bearings--loss of preload on the pinion bearings --- crown wheel carrier bearings failing ---not sufficient preload on the bearings---wear on the teeth from incorrect diff oil in use. or simply wrong diff oil. The grade should be 80w90 OEP for normal or special oil for limited slip diffs.

Sep 06, 2013 | 2000 Honda CR-V

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Rear pinion gear keeps going bad? How do I resolve?


This is a hard job to do,l always fit the crown wheel as well.99.9% of the time if the pinion is shot so to is the crown wheel.When refitting these units it is very important that the back lash and pre-load on the diff.are set to workshop manual tolerances or the diff.will fail again..Good-luck...

Jan 05, 2013 | 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD

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How do you determine the ratio, when replacing the rear end of a1999 honda passport v6 four wheel drive.


The ratio is normaly printed on an identification tag fitted to the differential ie. 9.3-1 In other words your pinion turns 9.3 times for everytime your crown wheel turns once. if the differential is open you can also determine it by counting the teeth on the crown wheel as well as the pinion and deviding the pinions amount of teeth with the crown wheels.

Feb 16, 2011 | 1999 Honda Passport

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There is a humming or whinning sound coming from my 1998 ford expedition while im driving. The sounds stops when i take my foot off of the accelerator.


if the sounds is comming from the rear sounds like crown and pinion is worn out , the crown and pinion in the rear diff will only hum or whine under load while in contact and when you let go the pedal there is no load equalling no noise. you can replace the crown and pinion but you do need some specialty tools like dial guages and spreaders and pinion depth guage

Dec 15, 2010 | Ford Expedition Cars & Trucks

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Expand it zr15520 pruner attachment oil resavor clear cover has crack in held down with 4 screws do know were i can get this part pso4545 this number is under the cover when removed thx


I think Homelite Expand It and Ryobi use the same pruner attatchment. I found this one on a Homelite Parts site under Ryobi. Your part looks to be number 20 in the breakdown. I hope this helps.
http://tinyurl.com/2au56eo

Dec 11, 2010 | Homelite Expand - It 10" Pruner Attachment

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