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GM IFS 8.25 axle stub play - is it time to rebuild?

Discussion in 'Mechanic's Corner' started by marioski, Jun 6, 2013.

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    That's for sure. Several of em.
     
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    Still can't find the damn torque specs for the 4 bolts holding the diff to the brackets. Anybody know how tight those should be?
     
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    Personally I would try getting a pair of Vise Grips on that bolt, heat the nut with a torch and spray some PBlaster or WD-40 on it, then see if it comes loose. I would try that before drilling or anything else.
     

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