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Proform 66516

Proform Pinion Set Up Tool For Setting Rear Ends



Proform Pinion Set Up Tool For Setting Rear Ends $89.99
Out of stock
Pinion Set Up Tool
  • For Setting Rear Ends
  • Specifications:

    Dial Indicator Included
    Dial Indicator Increments (in.)
    Dial Indicator Range (in.)
    Pinion Depth Gauge Finish
    Red anodized
    Pinion Depth Gauge Material
    Billet aluminum
    Sold as a kit
    Manufacturer's Part Number:

    Accurately Measures Pinion Depth of Most Cars & Trucks

    The universal pinion depth setting tool is used to measure the pinion depth of most automotive and truck differentials. To get the measurements, attach the pinion depth setting tool to the machined surface in the housing and check the distance to the pinion gear. Three dial indicator extensions (2''-4'') are included for a variety of rear end types. Complete with easy-to-read instructions.

    66516 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from extremely difficult to use JEG’s needs to add a video to their website on how to use this thing. The only video is this stupid elevator sales pitch vide. The instructions are hard to understand bc there are only a couple of out-of-focus pictures. DON’T BUY THIS, IT WILL NOT HELP YOU! it’s seriously easier to use the adjust using the pattern from the compound and slip-bearings for your application
    Date published: 2018-01-17
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    how do you use the extension pins? the pin on the bottom of the dial indicator doesn't seem to come off, the instructions for this took are very poorly written and the images could not be any worse How do you use the extension tubes.

    Asked by: bob74
    This is an instruction sheet from a similar tool - https://www.jegs.com/InstallationInstructions/500/555/555-81655.pdf If this doesn't help we recommend calling Proform for more information 586.774.2500
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-08
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