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Need help from diff?????

Tool my sons 700 grizzly front diff apart to rebuild. It was so nasty I unbokted the gears and took the limited slip stuff out. Now I forgot what order the pieces go in. The concave washer mainly. Witch direction does it go in and does this other washer or spacer go in there as well or did it come from somewhere else. I believe it was in here also. It was days in between and I should have marked it all. My bad. Thanks.
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Unfortunately all the manual has to say about it is “don’t take it apart”
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Go to Babbits online, Link below. Look up what year your grizzly is and click on the year, then click on your model. Then click on front differential. It will show all the pieces and in what order they go.
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Originally Posted by Zrt1200 View Post
Go to Babbits online, Link below. Look up what year your grizzly is and click on the year, then click on your model. Then click on front differential. It will show all the pieces and in what order they go.
He's talking about item 6:

They only show the limited slip as an assembly. He took his apart. These diagrams don't show how that sub-assembly goes together, is why he is asking.

@Grizzly79 , for those concave washers, you usually alternate their orientation. That way it makes a spring stack for keeping pressure in the assembly. My understanding at least.
@oleblue22 any thoughts? Figure worth asking since you have made a locker for Kodiak's from scratch, afterall.
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Look like 2 warped friction plates. See how there fretted. The friction disc would go between the two. Looks like there might be material slung up into the corner were they where. As for parts used complete front diff? Has it got any kind of other
Manufacturer markings on it? I think I remember having my 450 front diff apart because it wasn't shifting good. If I didn't mark it I just lined up wear patterns. Those rings might go in the piece were not seeing were the shifter is. They do lock up. but sad to say they look warn and warped in these pics. hope this helps.

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