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wheel bearings i bet.
page 15 in that manual direct from DANA/Spicer
you tighten them down good and tight to seat the bearing, this pushes any grease out of the way and ensures you have them fully on.
then you back it off. and tighten back until you have .001 - .010" total end play.
that is a free play approaching none.
basically you tighten it until you just cannot feel any movement in and out.
iirc bearing that run in oil get a little preload and ones that run in grease get freeplay
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