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Hi all I was wondering for all who have upgraded their differentials has anyone run into this issue. rear diff went t together perfectly ,Iam in the process of upgrading tthe front differential and I have run into a problem , the stub shaft (side shaft) on the hub side is not machined for a snap ring .Has anyone seen this and wondering what should I do any thoughts ?

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Hi all I was wondering for all who have upgraded their differentials has anyone run into this issue. rear diff went t together perfectly ,Iam in the process of upgrading tthe front differential and I have run into a problem , the stub shaft (side shaft) on the hub side is not machined for a snap ring .Has anyone seen this and wondering what should I do any thoughts ?

No problem, don't worry about it, I don't have one either, just make sure you get the snap ring on the locker side. The snap ring on the last photo is an absolute must or you WILL lose your front locker function.

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If Lenny sent nuts for the back side of the ring gear, I suggest you put them in the recycle bin. DON"T USE THEM!!! I just had to take my front differential apart and it had the upgrade bolts in it and in my opinion, it was over kill in the first place and hell to get off, I had to use a chisel to get them to unscrew and the bolts are locktited into the ring gear and I stripped the socket out of the heads of a couple bolts, so you don't need the nut.

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