Re: [DML] Re: angle drive replacement question
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Re: [DML] Re: angle drive replacement question



I'm also concerned about the wheel coming loose.  Since the axle tube goes 
through to the outside of the wheel (where is it held on by the axle nut) it 
seems to me the solution is to remove  or loosen the axle nut.  Put the 
angle drive on and tighten it but just to the bottom (no resistance on the 
axle tube).  And then tighten the axle nut to its specified level (looks 
like 145 lb-ft)  This should properly tension the tube with the correct 
(36mm?) socket on the axle nut and a torque wrench from the end that it is 
easy to use the wrench.
Al Roberts
twodelo2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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