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from back of tractor right side below cab in front of rear axle a small dip stick is located.
Rear camber is not adjustable on a Cherokee with a solid axle.
Through the rubber plug on the back straight under the axle.
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Loosen the axle nut and rotate the chain adjuster to the same position on both sides of the swingarm until you obtain the correct chain slack, then tighten the axle nut.
The adjustment is on the back of the rear hubs. Below the axle tube is a hole with a black rubber plug in it. Remove the plug and use a brake spoon to adjust the star adjuster.
If you remove them,you will be sitting on your bump stops. You should be able to adjust them and get the drop you want.
Power of vehicle is in front wheel.....adjust the gear(secondary) according to the terrain.
1959 was the first year Ford built a truck that was 4x4 from the factory. Before 1959 , if you wanted a 4x4 Ford truck , they sent it to a company like Marmon Harrington , where they installed a front axle , and transfer case.
#1 axle is the steer axle, #2 axle is the front drive axle, #3 axle is the rear drive axle.
a " conventional " or " regular " axle - an axle that is not a limited slip axle
No. A tri-axle has one additional lift axle; a quad axle has two lift axles.