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Old 12-16-2013, 02:31 PM
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Summit have finally got my shims and all the parts I need are now on their way...

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I´ve almost got all the parts together, waiting on gear marking compound.
I´ll also need some blue skies too.

I´m pretty sure my axle splines are okay, just a tad shiny on the push side.


Are these bearing cups pinned, my manual tells me they should be held in by plastic and a shove will get them out ?
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Old 01-03-2014, 11:22 AM
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The axles wear on the other end where the bearings run on them. That's where you need to check them.

Use a torch to heat the yoke around the caps. This will cause most of the plastic to shoot out the little holes on the sides. Then you can press them out.
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The axles wear on the other end where the bearings run on them. That's where you need to check them.

Use a torch to heat the yoke around the caps. This will cause most of the plastic to shoot out the little holes on the sides. Then you can press them out.
The axle bearing surfaces are good, shiny but not pitted.
I have new bearings and seals for the axle ends too.

If I can remove the emergency brake cable where it goes through the backing plate , the axle is coming out.
It looks like one of those fittings where removal could destroy it.
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Disc brake or drum? If it's a drum brake then unhook the cable from the arm on the shoe and slip a small hose clamp over the cable. Then tighten the clamp around the fingers that hold it in the backing plate. This should allow you to get the fingers started through the hole to remove the cable.
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Disc brake or drum? If it's a drum brake then unhook the cable from the arm on the shoe and slip a small hose clamp over the cable. Then tighten the clamp around the fingers that hold it in the backing plate. This should allow you to get the fingers started through the hole to remove the cable.
I have drum brakes, I thought maybe a tie wrap would work.
I´ve got some small hose clamps.......somewhere.

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Nice day, so I got ´er out...



Gotta do some scrubbin´under here....



There´s a nice tubular torque arm in my cart at Summit.
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Looks pretty clean under there. Looks like a good solid car.
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Looks pretty clean under there. Looks like a good solid car.
California car.
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Considering it was about 0* out for a week and I had snow up to my knees, if you need help, just send a ticket Brother LOL

Its good to see someone tak the time to ask questions and do things the correct way. Kudos to you for sticking with this. You couldn't ask for a better teacher than Freddie. I know, I've taken classes and learned more from him, on here; than I did in class LOL
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I´ve cleaned the axle and in the process of painting it.
If it is´nt clean outside it won´t be clean inside.

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Looks nice. How you going to put it together without scratching it? That's always been my problem. People would bring me a restored housing with all of the paint done and then expect me to assemble it without scratching the paint.
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Good Job Man

Malc, Thats alot of work to do this job off of jackstands on your back. At my age, I'd have to bring it to my friends shop and get it on the rack. I've never done one, been following this to talk myself into doing a ring and pinion swap on my stuff. Good job man.
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Looks nice. How you going to put it together without scratching it? That's always been my problem. People would bring me a restored housing with all of the paint done and then expect me to assemble it without scratching the paint.
That´s always the big problem, guess I´ll be extra careful and touch up where necessary.

The flare nuts on the brake line where totally rounded off so a new one is on it´s way too from Summit.
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Gotta problem, I have to torque my ring gear bolts to 90ftlbs and I now find out I need a left handed torque wrench.
I thought mine would work left and right.

Here´s a pic of my pinion depth checking tool in place.
Instructions.



Pinion has a depth number on it, but I have´nt a clue how to read it.
I´m supposed to use this number to get my pinion shim thickness.



A quick throw it together to see how it goes.
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