Something is not right.Will check on the staking. It looked as if I had removed it all. You are right to suspect the tool. It looks as if it is made of aluminum. The vendor CA sent. Me a new one but I am afraid to put too much tork on it. I should have just made my own. Thanks
A photo or two of what you are dealing with might help board members help you.Trying by hand. The book has a special tool for locking the difference but I am having a hard time finding it. And the nut tool I bought from CA states not to use an impact tool on it.
Having read several threads on differential seal replacement, I ordered the 'questionable' tool and seal from C/A. Knowing that the seal and nut had been undisturbed for over 35 years, I prepared myself for the impending 'battle royal'. I planned to do the job Friday morning when the garage was cool. Well rested; I would have over four hours to work on the '66 Duetto.Trying by hand. The book has a special tool for locking the 'differential' but I am having a hard time finding it. And the nut tool I bought from CA states not to use an impact tool on it.