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I would say close enough and move on, its not like you have no preload. Also, you are talking inch pounds, not foot pounds right???
Usually I take a pattern and measure backlash before I start with used gears, that way you just match the pattern and set backlash. A new carrier...
Why are you wanting to replace them?
Nit enough difference to notice really. If you calculate your rpm using tire size and gear ratio you will find you are much lower than you think....
A carbide crosscut blade for wood will work fine. Wear long sleeves and a face mask, use lube (wd40 works fine).
After having converted mine to a V8. 345, I would never go back. I am able to run higher axle gears for better highway speeds, better transmission...
When I had the 196 in mine I was able to get 70-80 mph in it. If you swap to anything else you will need to move the crossmember (maybe not a 4.3)...
If you were pulling a load of dirt up a hill you would get hotter too! Yep, perfectly normal.
Just fyi, dropping the motor down an inch is not going to do squat for your driveline angles, itis just a huge project to accomplish nothing but...
but did the dieseling go away?
Did you try lowering the initial advance? Set it at 5 and see what happens.
You dont have an electric fan do you?
I wouldn’t. The sleeve isn’t going to care what size bolt is in it.
Not really sure what is going on with that hinge, but it looks like replacement is in order.
What is it from?
Dont waste your time. Just do the duraspark conversion that is in the EFI section of the board. Super easy, and cheap. Very effective.
Are the spacers in the gasket? If so, pull them out and try it, just dont overtorque the bolts.
Run on is caused by too hot combustion chambers. In order to cool them down you can change you idle to be a bit richer, lower your idle speed, or...
Seems like as good of an excuse as any to put in a 44.
What he said!