If that is the carrier from a housing that HAD good gears, then you likely have caused damage to the gears also. Might not have broken teeth off or such, but the gouging of a tooth or two will significantly change things and likely fail prematurely and or make noise once the carrier and bearings alone are replaced, then fail.
But to answer your question.
If just removing carrier and re-installing another, with same ring gear, no pinion adjustment is needed.
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