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just spend an hour reading after doing a seach for differential info. Guess my 112 is post 70 model as I was surprized when taking it apart to find it spring loaded. My book show no springs. I did not find the two spacer axle washers or the retaining clip my book shows. Are these apsent in the spring loaded model????? reason I looked into it is I'm broke down with worn out rear vari able speed pulley anyway and with the set screws loose I can still denote zero diff action when turning ie..pushes front tires straight ahead. This has been apart before by someone because the bolts were in backwards. Gears and keyways all look good and feel tight, any Ideas why I would have too much posi tac??????seems everyone else can't get enough. thanks MPH

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I'll bet u donuts the inner gear was installed backwards! The hub extension must face out or the gear will mesh with ALL the spiders causing a no-slip drive. Common trick for tractor pullers! Bill

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Bill, how many donuts do I owe you????thats the way the gear was installed. does the spring loaded one need the axle spacer washers my old book show?? Plan on calling you in a.m. for my pulley problem..Thanks MPH

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Kent
Marty -- you may owe him a bunch of donuts... check the starved look on his face! 8o) Chad Shafer (Agco918) snapped this pic of Bill and his sharp Terra Tiger at the Portland swap meet a few days back...[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/gallery/terra_tiger.htm'][img src='http://www.simpletractors.com/images/gallery_images/terra_tiger2.jpg'][/a]

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