First, is the removal of the differential from the carrier. A method of maintaining part orientation is discussed too.
Next, the chapter shows how to remove the ring hear from the case and check for damage or wear.
From there, we reveal the best way to secure the unit, and the difficult task of removing the internal gears and clutch packs.
While no specialty tools are needed, the method used is still unique, safe and effective.
The chapter not only instructs on how to rebuild this important component, but also explains the function of each piece of the differential.
Like most tasks, re-installing the parts is more difficult than tearing them down. I show you how my steady method overcame the tight tolerances during assembly of the case.
No other repair manual provides the detail and explanation of this volume.
You can save hundreds of dollars, and get bragging rights with your buddies, by rebuilding your Dana 36 differential using this chapter.
With some effort, and a healthy dose of patience, any beginner can tear down and rebuild their Dana 36. Visit the Bookstore today!
All beginners have to start somewhere, I my book speaks directly to the novice hot-rodder of Corvettes.