How is cross bearing measured?

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  • Lily Ann Lee
    The most accurate way to obtain these specs is to remove the cross kit from the yokes. You can get an “estimate” by measuring across the yoke ears and allowing for the indentation of the bearing cap, but to get the most accurate number, the end-of-cap to end-of-cap measure- ment of a removed u-joint is best.
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