Hello all, I am a mechanic working for myself and I have a customer that wants a front differential rebuild on a '77 K10. I can do everything except set the pinion depth, and currently not in a position to buy the tools necessary to do that. Maybe I can find some place that will rent me the tools, but I doubt it. I was wondering if there is a way to measure pinion depth by using basic tools like a straight edge and a pair of calipers. I still don't know if it's a Dana 44 or a 10 bolt as I haven't seen the truck yet. If not, I will tell him I'll ask if there is an axle shop around that will only set up the pinion, and then I will do everything else. Thanks.