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I'm Not Jed Clampett
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Think you need to check what you have already if you're thinking of changing. IIRC the big bearing pinion uses a shorter yoke than the small bearing version.
 

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Hi there stuart my case is fitted with a 3 1/8 OD bearing so is that lagre or small bearing ?
 

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Sorry, crap explanation in my first post. Some 9" pinion supports have a larger/deeper bearing in the support housing pinion end than the "ordinary" one. This needs a shorter yoke than the ordinary pinion support housing; guess how I learnt this rather important fact?
 
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