posted June 23, 2002 09:40 PM
best place to measure is put the angle finder on the front flats of the yoke with the driveshaft out of it. or if you dont want to remove the driveshaft you can put the finder on face of panhard mount or the flats of the housing
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posted June 24, 2002 09:52 AM
Make sure you also check the angle of the car before you do the pinion. Our motor sets parallel to the frame rails of the front stub so I check the angle of the frame rails before I do the pinion. If the frame rails are at 0 then read straight of the pinion but if the frame rails are not 0 then you will have to compensate. I shoot for 7-8 degrees down angle between the pinion and frame angles.
posted June 24, 2002 11:03 AM
Yeah, make sure car is setting at ride height and is level like it would be if it was on all 4 wheels.
posted June 25, 2002 08:25 PM
Thanks for the help.