Ring & Pinion Setup Tool Kit
JEGS 81655 Differential Pinion Depth Setup Tool Kit Features:
- Properly set pinion depth to prevent ring gear whining, premature wear, and failure
- Calibration block machined from aluminum and flat-bottom drilled for pinpoint accuracy
- Designed for comfortable grip or to use in a vise
- All aluminum components are hard anodized for a lifetime of strength and durability
- Accurately measures in 0.001 in. increments
- Includes JEGS Dial Indicator, (3) indicator extensions, and custom-molded storage case
- Laminated instructions are provided to avoid fluid damage and deterioration
- Engineered for use with center sections that have 1/2 in. diameter cap bolts
- Can be used on housings with 5/8 in. diameter bolts by holding the fixture in place for measurement
Dose it work with ZF diffs ( 2011 ram )
Will this work on a Ford 8.8 late model?
Hello. Will this tool be able to measure a Ford 9.75" rear end ?
Does this tool work for a Ford 9”?
It appears this tool does not have a magnetic base. How would you mount to housing to check backlash? Working on a GM 10 bolt 8.6".
Will it Works on english diff ? Which depth should be read ( not found in user manual ) ?
Will this work on m80 7.75 irs 04-06 Gto
will this work for 8.75 mopar rear end
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