This is an update on Radius Arm - Calling the grinder in?
So I decided to change calipers, bought GAS adjustable shock absorbers from SNG - the shocks were good but after calling Spax in the Uk for new bushes they told me the ones i had are not manufactured for over 30 years (!) so I decided to change. Got new springs also and new rotors from Delphi at SNG.
After installing the rotors, i realized there was play on the right one, coming form the output of the final drive. I disassembled all again and removed the flange with the bearing : These are my findings:
(1) the nut holding the bearing in place was loose, as the locking shim ´tooth´holding it together to the shaft was broken and the nut could slide freely, therefore the play !
(2) closer inspection showed the collar retaining the balls in the bearing has a fracture , and the bearing balls felt when i remove the roller.
Question : can i use camber shims between differential output and rotor, for caliper centralization ? sheep is different i have no idea why.
Going to see if i can find a roller, SNG don’t have them in stock