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Old June 16th, 2010, 01:38 PM   #1
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Default HP D30 help. lockrite wont come out...

Ok I want to take the lock right out of my D30. I went and pulled a carrier with the spider gears from a HP D30 at the junk yard. Can I just switch the ring gear and install the new carrier in my axle? Will I need to do anything special to make sure the ring gear is in the right position? Thanks for the help.

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Old June 16th, 2010, 01:41 PM   #2
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Just put the spider gears from the new carrier in the current one that is in the Jeep.


Take out Lock-Right
Put in spiders
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Old June 16th, 2010, 01:42 PM   #3
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you do not need to even pull the carrier, all you need to pull in the center pin and swap spider gears in, pretty simple, then hang on to the locker for me when I come down.
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you do not need to even pull the carrier, all you need to pull in the center pin and swap spider gears in, pretty simple, then hang on to the locker for me when I come down.
The ring gear must come off to take out the pin. Pull carrier.
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Old June 16th, 2010, 01:46 PM   #5
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The ring gear must come off to take out the pin. Pull carrier.
yeah 10-4 thinking rear,
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Old June 16th, 2010, 01:48 PM   #6
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Just put the spider gears from the new carrier in the current one that is in the Jeep.


Take out Lock-Right
Put in spiders
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you do not need to even pull the carrier, all you need to pull in the center pin and swap spider gears in, pretty simple, then hang on to the locker for me when I come down.
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The ring gear must come off to take out the pin. Pull carrier.
Ya to get the spring pin out the ring has to come off, thats why I was wondering if I could just switch rings and slide the new carrier in so I don't have to do all that.

Sorry Mini I'm going to be tradeing the locker for a CAD or hub axle.
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Old June 16th, 2010, 01:52 PM   #7
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You have to pull the carrier anyway, it's only 15 min on the bench switching parts. That way you know the bearing setup is right.
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Old June 16th, 2010, 02:02 PM   #8
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You have to pull the carrier anyway, it's only 15 min on the bench switching parts. That way you know the bearing setup is right.
Ok thats what I needed to know. I'll just switch out the spiders on the original carrier. Thanks.
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thats why I was wondering if I could just switch rings and slide the new carrier in so I don't have to do all that.

No. If you disturb the ring, you must perform another gear set-up.
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No. If you disturb the ring, you must perform another gear set-up.
what? The ring has to come off to get the pin out that holds in the center pin. So no matter what I do I'll need to have the gears set up? That sucks ass. I was just going to mark the gear and carrier and use the marks to line them back up when I was done...
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what? The ring has to come off to get the pin out that holds in the center pin. So no matter what I do I'll need to have the gears set up? That sucks ass. I was just going to mark the gear and carrier and use the marks to line them back up when I was done...
I meant from carrier to carrier. If you take the ring off the carrier with the locker to put it on the open carrier, you would need to perform a set-up.

Not if you mark it like you describe and put it back together on the same carrier.
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what? The ring has to come off to get the pin out that holds in the center pin. So no matter what I do I'll need to have the gears set up? That sucks ass. I was just going to mark the gear and carrier and use the marks to line them back up when I was done...
Do it as you described and it will be fine. No need to setup gears again.


EDIT: PP beat me to it...
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Old June 16th, 2010, 05:13 PM   #13
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Om cool deal. Thanks guys. I'm gonna do it as soon as I get home!
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Well i got it apart and can't seem to figure out how to get the locker out. Any ideas? I'm going to try and find some install directions on line...

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Using a 90* pick pull the little springs out and then the pins will slide down when all springs are out and the pins are in respective holes it will come out in 4 pieces
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Using a 90* pick pull the little springs out and then the pins will slide down when all springs are out and the pins are in respective holes it will come out in 4 pieces
Thankyou once again, came out fairly easy. Getting the spider gears to line up with the holes in the carrier was a different story! I'll get it all back togeather in the a.m. and see if the poping snapping sounds are gone.
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Old June 17th, 2010, 10:26 PM   #17
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Just a heads up looking at your pics, make sure you hose those bearings out pretty good with brake clean to get the dirt and other garbage out, don't want to smoke'm first wheeling trip out
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