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B110 Differential

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    Posted: 02 Apr 2022 at 8:23pm
A few months ago, I took the differential off so that I could replace the axle seals.  Finally got around to putting things back together.  Can someone tell me if I have the gear in the right way, and do I have things in the right order.  According the the manual, 2 washers go on first, then the 2 keys, then the gear (does not show which way), then snap ring and another washer before the differential gears.  If assembled this way, there will be a space between the gear and the snap ring - that does not seem right.

I hope someone can shed some light if I am on the right track.
Many thanks!

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As I remember working on these, the gear goes the other way. If you install it the way you show, the differential will not be able to slip when you turn corners.
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As Oldford's said, the teeth of the gear go towards the hub. 
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