> Hey Guys,
> Now i have a little more time to try to explain my problem.
> First of let me tell and show you what has been done to the axle:
> The house was cut down 3" on the long side and then had a perch type
> ground into the housing. The above link #3 shows this good.
> When i brought the axle to be shortened i did not tell the machinist to
> ANYTHING with the perch or the diff. He just told me "This should work
> great". Me being ignorant on the subject just said "Ok, thanks" It
> that the hole was drilled in the wrong place for starters.
> Everything was fine and dandy, i had the gears and Detroit installed a
> days ago, and then i go to have the U-bolts made and there is a hole
> one of the U-bolts MUST go because it also rests again the side of the
> (no more can be grinded) as seen at:
. I am assuming the
> placement of this is what the rest is based off of, No?
> If i lined everything up from this, and redrilled the hole that you see
> the above link #3 and then move the perch on the other side (so I
> the 27 1/2" center to center between springs) i could get everything to
> up BUT it wouldn't be centered (axle to vehicle) and the whole thing
> be offset 1/2 to 3/4" to one side.
> Is this enough to worry about? Wont it cause nasty habits on the road?
> Am i being way to anal? (have been told that before). Am i not explaining
> this> right?
Sorry for my ignorance.
> Thanks For The Help
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