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Pinion yoke question, does a Ford 9 inch rear and have to be reset if you want to change the yoke? Itís brand new never been broken in.
When you install a CV driveshaft does it matter which end the CV joint goes on when you have it built if the angles are close on both ends?
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Depends on where the rear end was sourced. I know many of them use shims/spacers, rather than a crush sleeve, so there is just a torque rating and that's it.

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