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49gary Gary Lehocky
Freedom, PA, USA   USA
Hi all,
Following up on my install of differential and new bushings and the problem that followed. Upon acceleration the car would pull to one side. Well I found the problem. The bushings were under tightened. The cause may have been the very cold conditions effected the install of the bushings or after driving the car the bushings settled into place or more likely I messed up setting the torque wrench correctly. Anyway I am good to go. Thanks to everyone for all the help and a special thanks to Ralph H. who talked me through many suggestions. I appreciate all the help.
Thank you,
Gary

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spitfire50 Paul Mugford
Rochester, N.H., USA   USA
Gary,
Thanks for the follow up. It might help others if you tag this result onto the original thread. That way searching the topic will also bring the solution. smileys with beer
All the best,
Paul

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