A rebuilt rear end in the drive way and a whine from day one...

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A rebuilt rear end in the drive way and a whine from day one... So glad this one did not lock up on the customer because it was getting bad! No problem for us here at precision this thing will be a 100% before it goes out our door. I hope everyone enjoys the video go SUBSCRIBE and hit that NOTIFICATION BELL to the channel for all the latest videos thanks for watching. 👍🏼❤️🙏🏼

  • I had to cut the diff in half to get my center pin out when my factory g80 locker busted the bolt came out fine but the pin was so mushroomed that it wouldn't come out of the hole.

    Jeffery CollinsJeffery Collins2 tuntia sitten
  • My guess for this project is about $1000.00

    tim mayertim mayer4 tuntia sitten
  • You have some very nervous hands., relax this isn't brain surgery.

    tim mayertim mayer4 tuntia sitten
  • Notice at no time did he actually measure the pinion depth to see if a shim or what size shim is needed all he did was set up / measure back lash .. you would figure a professional shop that does this would double check pinion depth ? I am a mechanic and do ford rear ends all the time and reason I dont check pinion depth is I only use ford motorsport gears and they are made by the same tooling as oem ford gear so the pinion gears are same depth always no need to measure just remove old shim off old gear and away you go .. did not see him removing the shim off the old gear either ,, and crush collars are not shims they are for preload

    Mathew HofferMathew Hoffer6 tuntia sitten
  • anybody else scream into the monitor you still got one bolt left in it !! ?? as in loosen it up just a fucking tad ?

    Mathew HofferMathew Hoffer6 tuntia sitten
  • selecting the right pinion shim was skipped. crushing the pinion shim correctly was skipped. Somebody wanting to learn how to change gears wouldn't learn that much from this video.

    William WhiteWilliam White10 tuntia sitten
  • More diff videos please

    Mister BrightsideMister Brightside13 tuntia sitten
  • And this, is a perfect example of why I will not buy a cheap limited slip or locker..... I have a 1992 Honda, and there is a $50.00 ish "limited slip" I could buy, that is literally just to blocks of steel with springs in the middle to provide some limited slip action..... but I love my car, and do not want to deal with how badly that would tear up the differential.... I will deal with a one wheel peel till I get my B-series engine and transmission swapped in, with a proper limited slip in it. I rather pay more for a proper limited slip up front, than pay EVEN MORE for a rear end or a transmission (in the case of my Honda) and another cheap limited slip or a proper one. Just... wow...... Spend money to upgrade vehicle... cheaps out on the diff.....

    Carstuff111Carstuff11116 tuntia sitten
  • Was that your momma ?! You all work there as a family?!

    Jon WhitmanJon WhitmanPäivä sitten
  • Only the 2nd video I've watched, 1st one your dad stripping an auto box. Totally impressed by both of you. Calm, methodical with great attention to detail. Loving the content guys, respect from across the pond.

    Stan GStan GPäivä sitten
  • Retired mechanic here, love your channel. Back when I was doing differentials, I used a housing spreader to get the correct preload on the carrier bearings. Why are you not using it?

    Jacqueline OldhaverJacqueline Oldhaver2 päivää sitten
  • And that’s why you don’t run a mini spool on the street, regardless how cool you think it is.

    thyssenmthyssenm3 päivää sitten
  • Hello, I have question, is it possible to rebuild automatic transmission on 1999 V6 Camry, but with heavy duty gears and stuff, I’m using to tow trailers, most of them are hauling airplane parts up to 500 miles one way, including a lot of mounting roads, up and down, so have to be reliable on shifting a lot. The reason why sedan, and not pickup truck, with sedan I can get in tight places, can back up zigzagging between planes, up to a lift point, even under the wings of the plane if needed.

    AVS Alex Vehicle ServiceAVS Alex Vehicle Service3 päivää sitten
  • this man brings up a good point about blowing up their phone line. as a one man shop its hard to fill all the shoes. they are going to have to get someone full time running the phones and front end. Get momma on that shit!

    Diesel RamchargerDiesel Ramcharger3 päivää sitten
  • Please get a tripod. Edit: Please actually use the tripod you actually have more.

    Steve EspositoSteve Esposito3 päivää sitten
  • Remember guys, thumbs down causes cancer.

    mario mendezmario mendez4 päivää sitten
  • 9:15 - Man. You're so lucky....

    Robert GantryRobert Gantry5 päivää sitten
  • When you remove that first pin. Everything just comes apart. It's amazing thinking and engineering.

    Mike BurchMike Burch6 päivää sitten
  • I was told 3:73 gears are bad for a 4l60e with 33” tires. Is that true?

    Oil DerrickOil Derrick6 päivää sitten
  • AT 16:25 that's a anti scab device give a scab couple hits and he/she won't want to be a scab no more .

    ab bushab bush6 päivää sitten
  • Your channel is awesome 👌 Loving this stuff, greatly appreciated!

    PAULY'S AUTOPAULY'S AUTO7 päivää sitten
  • Great video guys I rebuild Dana 40 and Dana 70 rear ends at my work. And I sure have seen my share of shattered gears to liquid metal pouring out of the diff's lol you guys are very good at what you do. Keep up the great work and God bless

    canadian guycanadian guy8 päivää sitten
  • You need a set of easy outs!

    Trevor Dean-PeckenpaughTrevor Dean-Peckenpaugh9 päivää sitten
  • This is great video! Did a rebuild quite a few years back on my 1994 Chevy Caprice 9C1 LT1. Eaton posi with the standard 3.42 rings. Hooked up great and shredded tires. This thing was all messed up. Glad you guys set it straight. I never had a problem with Eaton rears. Great units.

    MROMRO10 päivää sitten
  • Great job on the build dude. I’ve had good luck with air hammers knocking out races Saves ur hands and they have great attachments

    Cameron WeltyCameron Welty10 päivää sitten
  • Great Job . Definitely dedicated to your work keep up the great work you will always have work when you just do it rite the first time. Thanks for sharing

    Abraham SalcidoAbraham Salcido12 päivää sitten
  • I prefer to use a brass drift when knocking the races out. Mainly because I’m a klutz and it’s less likely to score the housing when I get my drift off a little. 🤣

    Ray RichardsonRay Richardson12 päivää sitten
  • You didn't need to remove that for one thou. What you should have done was remove the pattern paint and checked again. Once dry it can take up a thousand. And believe me it will. I've rebuilt thousands of rear ends. You did a good job kid.

    Tom LeeTom Lee12 päivää sitten
  • Son if you want an old trick to get out a bolt like that, use a bread tie and a piece of string. Think about it an I'll check back. I'm a 42 years master tech.

    Tom LeeTom Lee12 päivää sitten
  • Watching him try to fish that pin out was painful. I also work at a trans shop, your replacing the diff anyway, use torches and cut that pin out

    Logan McGeeLogan McGee13 päivää sitten
  • My Cousin is a chiropractor...he told me a few years ago that some of his patients are mechanics....I remember he said you have to be crazy to be a mechanic because the job is so brutal to your back, neck, shoulder and pinched nerves. Watching shows like this I see what he meant.....a big shout-out and thanks to all the legit mechanics out there 👍👍👍.

    Kevin BrownKevin Brown14 päivää sitten
  • That bolt wasn't that loose, rattler impacted a few times before it moved..... lol

    Ben TheGuruBen TheGuru14 päivää sitten
  • I know a methhead thatll do it quicker for less

    Riley ScottRiley Scott14 päivää sitten
  • If you dont have reverse drills you need them they are life savers

    Luap PaulLuap Paul15 päivää sitten
  • Not gonna lie, metal saturated gear oil looks neat as heck. Lemme get that as a paint color.

    Killertomato84Killertomato8415 päivää sitten
  • your pinion is too deep in the ring gear teeth

    Rolf HansenRolf Hansen15 päivää sitten
  • I've never heard of a factory, full locked differential. Wow.

    Isaac BowserIsaac Bowser16 päivää sitten
  • Damn son, take a shot.... hands shakin' like Michael J Fox after a weekend bender...

    Ben KreinBen Krein17 päivää sitten
  • Sweet clean build

    William LarkinWilliam Larkin17 päivää sitten
  • I must be thick, I thought the term differential meant that each axle shaft speed could vary for going round bends. That looked like locked diff with no planetary gears to me. Am I missing something?

    Ray CollingtonRay Collington17 päivää sitten
    • It is an open Diff in reality. But they use worm gears to transfer the power from carrier to the axles. It's difficult to turn the worm gear with the round gear but the worm gear turns the round gear easily. Think about a worm gear steering box. It's easy to spin the worm gear to make the tires turn left and right with the steering wheel, but hard to turn the steering wheel by putting force on the tire left or right. It's not perfect and you can get one wheel squeal but you would almost need 0 traction on one side and 100 on the other with a lot of power.

      rugerstallrugerstall15 päivää sitten
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      rugerstallrugerstall15 päivää sitten
  • Its all about the crushsleave

    Ken HartyKen Harty18 päivää sitten
  • So was the guy running a locked diff on the road? I thought that was a no no.

    Alex WolfAlex Wolf18 päivää sitten
  • I'm sure you know this already but why not use a brass punch if your worrying bout marking in the final install? I use em when workin the big diesels. Life safer for when things need some percussive persuasion

    Nery SalgueroNery Salguero18 päivää sitten
  • "we won" lmao

    WTZS Zombies Prod.WTZS Zombies Prod.19 päivää sitten
  • This guy shouldn't be talking... leave it to the other dude. Peace.

    Tony LemontTony Lemont19 päivää sitten
  • You got the yellow cancer on your hands even though you were trying to avoid getting it on your hands. I have noticed that you and your Dad are not much using gloves in your videos during assembly or disassembly. Is there a reason why you don’t use gloves? Like do you get more of a feel for what you are working on or does using gloves make you slip things off your hands or something?

    Ohan KaragozianOhan Karagozian20 päivää sitten
  • Nice job

    j Wj W20 päivää sitten
  • Where yal located? I’d drive my ranger up to yal 😂

    Mike BarnMike Barn20 päivää sitten
  • matco has a special tool for the broken pin bolts

  • All of the neutral dumps my 77 Plymouth volare took in high school reminds me of this video.

    Sherwinvega18Sherwinvega1822 päivää sitten
  • Biggest Problem, It's a GM 10 bolt rear end, garbage since 1965. Dana, AAM, Ford are much better. I've seen that small spider pinion shaft walk right thru the ring case on stick shift camaro's, trans ams, and novas. 1985 newer i've seen the ring carrier bearings fail repeatedly on suburbans, c 10, caprices, etc. Always use 80-90 or 80-140 Full syn gear lube. I drill out the back of the bottom cover bolt hole to use as a case drain. it will not leak when tighten.I had factory posi on my ordered GM 96 caprice lt-1. it use an Auburn single side clutch's with 5 valve type spring .

    Billy BBilly B23 päivää sitten
  • I do like a nice thick rear end :)

    Gregory ThomasGregory Thomas23 päivää sitten
  • It does my heart good to see that even professionals have bolts break on them!!! I thought it was only driveway hacks like myself!

    Peter GrantPeter Grant23 päivää sitten
  • Ever build rear ends for '10-'15 IRS Camaro SS? The stock 218mm/8.6" rear is notoriously weak, and most of us stick shift guys that like to race 'em on sticky tires break them - repeatedly. I'd be curious to learn what strategies ya'll use to make something like that live longer. Got a TruTrac and LPW cover with load bolts on mine, I still find ways to crack/break ring gear teeth about once a season. Richmond, Motive, Yukon, I've busted 'em all.

    Andrew CammerAndrew Cammer24 päivää sitten
  • You guys are awesome keep up the great work

    SC FlooringSC Flooring25 päivää sitten
  • Bearing on my f150 diff went out at 50,000 miles. Ford dealer rebuilt the rear end. All new bearings and ring and pinion. It still had a whine at 50-60 mph. Took it back to Ford and they said it was normal. I didn’t believe them so I took it to another dealer and service manager said there is a definite problem. Took it back to the original dealer and told them I wanted this fixed right and stop giving me the runaround. So they installed another ring and pinion and it’s quiet now. Good thing it was still under warranty. Thanks for the video. It helps to be informed in situations like this.

    G NohnG Nohn25 päivää sitten
  • Very pretty...

    HonklertonHonklerton26 päivää sitten
  • Left hand drill bit with right angle adapter.

    recovery riderrecovery rider26 päivää sitten
  • I would enjoy seeing more rear end videos.

    Johnny DeesJohnny Dees27 päivää sitten
  • quality work , be PROUD

    kenneth connorskenneth connors28 päivää sitten
  • I cant watch, if I walked by and saw you one hand bashing my $30000 vehicle with a hammer and driver? I'd flog ya one put it back together myself and take it away.

    standard aussiestandard aussie29 päivää sitten
  • What do you mean the customer is in trouble because it's broken? You broke it. Have some responsibility! also we now know why dad is so talented. He kept it all for himself rather than pass some to his son when born. Probably don't show your work on customers parts. I dont think they will see it the way you do, it looks like ya dad spends his day chasing the issues you create mate. Im sure you'll get good. But maybe stay behind the lens till then mate. Knowing this would be the work? I'd go elsewhere unless I knew ya dad was doin it all. Or at least someone interested in it.

    standard aussiestandard aussie29 päivää sitten
  • At least once in your lifetime, you should enjoy the nightmare of driving a vehicle with a spool rear-end!! Even the slightest attempt at a turn and you will , very quickly, learn the definition of under-steer and the interesting sensations that accompany axle wind-up!

    rod928s4rod928s429 päivää sitten
    • Only thing better would be a 4x4 with a spool!

      BC ADBC AD24 päivää sitten
  • stupid question ... how do you flush all that dirty fluid out?

    saucy nonchalancesaucy nonchalance29 päivää sitten
  • good job !

    JohnJohnUukausi sitten
  • That differential just worn out or showing signs of abuse/hard use?

    opd1maryopd1maryUukausi sitten
  • I just found your channel today while looking for an answer on a transmission on my farm pick up. I didn’t find what I was looking for, but I’ve been watching all your videos while I’m rained out. I sure wish you guys were in GA. I’m thinking it might be worth pulling my transmission and putting it on a pallet and shipping it to,you. I think it may beyond help in my area, but I’m thinking y’all would be able to save me. I hate paying for crappy work but have no issues paying for work I know is done right.

    DCL FarmsDCL FarmsUukausi sitten
  • When you have done enough of these you don't need dial or digital indicators for backlass anymore. You can tell by feel.

    Arthur RodesilerArthur RodesilerUukausi sitten
  • I have had to grind the back of the pin off to get to the bolt is the best way to do this.

    Arthur RodesilerArthur RodesilerUukausi sitten
  • Excellent video.

    G CrauwelsG CrauwelsUukausi sitten
  • Great to hear someone calling an anti roll bar by it's proper name.

    MrAbletospeakMrAbletospeakUukausi sitten
  • You guys should just invest in Go Pros on your heads lol.

    Sean RSean RUukausi sitten
  • 7:12 stop drunkin shakey

    redlineredlineUukausi sitten
  • U got Shakey hands bro

    redlineredlineUukausi sitten
  • No Loctite on the bolts?

    Glen CapleGlen CapleUukausi sitten
  • The crush sleeve has nothing to do with pinion head depth if it is installed correctly. The slight difference you are experiencing between setup and final assembly is most likely due to your honed setup bearing which you most likely used to dial in the depth shim before committing to pressing on the service bearing. It is not 100% exactly the same as the new service bearing you end up installing once you are happy with pinion depth / contact patch measurements.

    Tony SpenardTony SpenardUukausi sitten
  • You were lucky with that one thread remaining and the fact that it spun in place. If the shaft retainer bolt is stuck badly you can cut notches in the pinion shaft with a cutoff wheel, then crack/break the exposed end of the shaft enough so it can be pushed out the other direction. This is considering that you'd be trashing the whole setup anyway.

    Tony SpenardTony SpenardUukausi sitten
  • What shim change did you make to keep the preload but increase the backlash?

    John HoffmanJohn HoffmanUukausi sitten
  • I just wanna say God is good all the time! And I love you channel!

    Scott TimScott TimUukausi sitten
  • Use a pensile with a good eraser to remove the snapped bolt! Put the eraser end in the hole, push and turn at the same time.

    biggetlbiggetlUukausi sitten
  • To add to the appreciation, I/we would like to know how long this project took. Many do not appreciate how long it can take to get the shimming right. Some can be pretty touchy.

    Mice InOzMice InOzUukausi sitten
  • Says Vinny , so funny ! It's like talking to THING on The Addams Family on T V . You know , the hand . Plus Im drinking beers right now . This guy definitely likes rear ends !

    Kathy BowenKathy BowenUukausi sitten
  • Set your phone to only go to messaging. Turn it on/off

    Stove GuyStove GuyUukausi sitten
  • Might be a good investment to buy a tripod

    Austin316Austin316Uukausi sitten
  • you can work on my truck next

    Roger JohnsonRoger JohnsonUukausi sitten
  • Get the head mount. Then anything you look at is in the video.

    Jr & I Davis IIIJr & I Davis IIIUukausi sitten
  • Need to hire a social media person just to answer questions and make post etc...

    Meeker ExtremeMeeker ExtremeUukausi sitten
  • Better check snap ring instructions. I'll bet Sharp side should go out in that situation.

    Mike FightmasterMike FightmasterUukausi sitten
  • Ha!! One thread is grounds for divorce. lol ... Great diligence on getting that lock bolt out sir! I am Heavy Line Brian and have been doing rear ends since 1986. 'Rear Differentials' that is. That mini spool (when it was new) belongs on a dirt track somewhere. I dig Y'alls videos. Peace

    Brian FussellBrian FussellUukausi sitten
  • "Cow tracks", is that one of the wires?

    Donni KubbitzDonni KubbitzUukausi sitten
  • Anything and everything in California that has any element that has be linked to "causing" a cancerous cell has to have a label on it thanks to Cali

    Tyler JordanTyler JordanUukausi sitten
  • Diff fluid is why im blessed smellovision doesnt exist

    hllboi817hllboi817Uukausi sitten
  • 2:30 working one handed for the sake of the video. Thanks for the laugh!

    DeathsneezeDeathsneezeUukausi sitten
  • So, I am sorry for this, but it’s just one of those things. Whenever someone says how smart they are, I post a comment that they are not as smart as the guys at precision transmission. King to queens knight? How about, reverse clutch band slipping? What you guys do is awesomely incredibly amazing. You and farmers are my heroes

    Doug GodsoeDoug GodsoeUukausi sitten
  • Nice work right there. The camera angles are pretty bad though, You show empty air more then the shims and stuff. Nice tight tolerances for sure, thank you, Jim

    James Rich TreeJames Rich TreeUukausi sitten
  • He didn't actually how the meat and potatoes of gears using dummy bearings nd shims to set it correctly.

    Dustin NixsonDustin NixsonUukausi sitten
  • Very cool and informative video sad to see non usa parts being used which I suspect would not have the hardness as American part's.

    john bleckerjohn bleckerUukausi sitten
  • Awsome job .use a tripod next time lol

    Jeff GordonJeff GordonUukausi sitten
  • Great job!

    Jamey MoteJamey MoteUukausi sitten
  • Diff. carrier made in Taiwan, they make good stuff there.

    Ragnar-ThorRagnar-ThorUukausi sitten