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Old 11-08-2017, 05:03 PM
curver900 curver900 is offline
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Ugh...drive shaft seems straight...sending it out for inspection shortly. Strut is definitely bent tho. not even close to lined up properly. good time of year for this I guess...
drive shaft is .003 inches of deflection.. put it on a granite counter top and roll it or use a dial micrometer to see if it is straight ... nobodies eyes are that good...
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Old 11-08-2017, 05:33 PM
Strreamline Strreamline is offline
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drive shaft is .003 inches of deflection.. put it on a granite counter top and roll it or use a dial micrometer to see if it is straight ... nobodies eyes are that good...
yah yah yah I know, we have a machine shop we use for rebuilding engines for work that will check it out for me for free. I wouldn't count on these lazy eyes for that kind of inspection. :-D
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