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Old 07-25-2019, 03:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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9.75 axle rebuild crush sleeve eliminator?

I've been searching for the right answer to my question but I am unable to confirm it. It appears the 9 inch crush sleeve eliminator kit fits the 9.75 axle.

Here's the Yukon kit.

One thing I have learned is Yukon only sells the 9.75 gears for the 11 and up 9.75 and to use those in my 2010 I need a special crush sleeve and I can not use a crush sleeve eliminator with those gears.

UPDATE: I just happen to recall that I had just gotten a 9 inch 4.57 gear set and the crush sleeve from the 9.75 fits perfectly on the 9 inch pinion. So I am willing to bet the 9 inch solid sleeve will work just fine.

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I've been searching for the right answer to my question but I am unable to confirm it. It appears the 9 inch crush sleeve eliminator kit fits the 9.75 axle.

Here's the Yukon kit.

One thing I have learned is Yukon only sells the 9.75 gears for the 11 and up 9.75 and to use those in my 2010 I need a special crush sleeve and I can not use a crush sleeve eliminator with those gears.

UPDATE: I just happen to recall that I had just gotten a 9 inch 4.57 gear set and the crush sleeve from the 9.75 fits perfectly on the 9 inch pinion. So I am willing to bet the 9 inch solid sleeve will work just fine.
I am not super familiar with the 9.75. However, I did buy a CSE from Ratech that fit the 10.25" that I rebuild last winter. It fit perfectly on the 10.25" pinion, but the sleeve didn't have a chamfer / bevel on it, so I couldn't reach the preload.

At least with the 10.25", you definitely want to use a CSE if possible. It took a 3/4" socket and a ratchet with a 6ft cheater to seat it. I was starting to wondering if I had enough upper arm strength to do it. The axle was in the truck, so it was very difficult to get leverage on it.
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I bought the Yukon eliminator kit and it fits with one exception. I had to use the one solid spacer that came with my rebuild kit. It was about .080 thicker than the one in the Yukon kit. I had to swap them in order to get enough thickness to set the pinion preload.

It’s all together and hope to put it under the truck this weekend.
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