[Chrysler300] Axle spacers in Power-Grip differentials 300H
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[Chrysler300] Axle spacers in Power-Grip differentials 300H





I have been studying the 62 shop manual regarding the axle spacers (look like nail heads) which go into the center block of my Power-Grip differential and which the rear axles bear on).
It appears they originally were pushed onto a roll pin. When I removed my third member, both fell into the diff housing, something which got me thinking about hazards of reassembly. I really donlt want to wonder about whether they are in the sump or not, and I don;t want to remove the thrid member again!

It looks like there has been a design change, although it seems to be for later models. The updated design uses a long rivet instead of a roll pin, and apparently gets peened over after assembly into the center lock. 
I am mightily interested in hearing any experiences with this,
Thank You,

Mike Moore
300H



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Posted by: Michael Moore <mmoore8425@xxxxxxx>


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