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post #14 of (permalink) Old 03-31-2016
PMDmustang13
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I believe Sqidd would say pinion angle is important with 2 piece shaft also based on being in phase or close to as in phase as possible. But yes the 2 piece shaft is more forgiving. All I know in regards to this is what I read in this forum though.

I usually put the extra spaces between different items/emphasis of discussion to avoid long paragraphs. Probably has to do with the style of engineering reports at my current employment.

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