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Old 10-08-2008, 09:04 PM   #1
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I just put a new axel is my torsen rearend and I just noticed that the thrust puck or paddle, call it what you want can go in either way. Anyone have a pic of the proper install? It looks like if you put it in one way it will draw up oil when it spins.....
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I have had several apart and even though it will slide in either way I think the retaining bolt will only go in when it faces toward one side..Could be wrong but I have not had a problem yet..If it goes in and the retainer won't flip it over and that is right..Hope that helps you out
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Bolt goes in either way...man this sucks.....lol
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here this should help...check out the bottom pic that is looking at it from behind the rearend see the recessed part your talking about...

http://www.torsen.com/files/Installa...20GM%207.6.pdf
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That's it!!! ....thanks!!!!!!!
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I have always installed them so the slot is picking up oil as the car rolls forward.
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