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Thanks for this question Sir, and never think you're barging into my thread, you've helped me get a picture for a way forward, and Neil's idea of taking the rear cover off to measure the end float is a great idea and it's what I will be doing before making a decision about pulling the whole back end apart. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any options otherwise if we're going to tighten up that bevel gear shaft!
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