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    WARN Hub Lock O-Ring Size

    Paul, somehow your last post disappeared! Well it has happened before. I was just thinking that will be a great post for the tech section. If you can, would you re-post the Hub lock information. Put...
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    That is the original design U-Joint. It is not...

    That is the original design U-Joint. It is not sealed. If it moves through its range of motion smoothly and there is NO end play side to side when pushing the joint into the caps, you should...
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    That looks like a fender shim. Its in too good of...

    That looks like a fender shim. Its in too good of shape though.
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    Yes. If you want to run it dry, you need to use a...

    Yes. If you want to run it dry, you need to use a sealed U-Joint and you need to pack the king pin bearings with wheel bearing grease. Depending on how you use it, periodically re-pack the king pin...
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    If they feel good and they look good, you...

    If they feel good and they look good, you certainly can use them. Just keep them running on the same races, don't mix them up.

    The lube:...
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    Be sure to check the backlash. This will be a big...

    Be sure to check the backlash. This will be a big indication on the general condition of things. Lubricate the bearings behind the yoke and in the carrier after you clean it out and before you rotate...
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    To change the front seal you only need to remove...

    To change the front seal you only need to remove the front yoke. You will not change anything in the set up on a Dana axle by removing the yoke. Remove the yoke and carefully pry out the old seal,...
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    It sounds like you are making great progress!...

    It sounds like you are making great progress! Nice find on the radiator shop. gmwillys or one of the guys who do metal work will have some thoughts on the bumper I am sure.

    On the axle, take the...
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    You two are providing what a lot of parents are...

    You two are providing what a lot of parents are missing now-a-days. There is a lot of life to live outside, without a "smart" phone. Interesting how stupid a "smart" phone can make someone.
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    Time flies for sure! Kids and those Cheerios. The...

    Time flies for sure! Kids and those Cheerios. The perfect pacifier.
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    Good to hear its still moving along. It seems...

    Good to hear its still moving along. It seems like everything is at the mercy of the "Global Supply Chain Issue"! I hope you get the time to prep the engine bay for that like new motor. Coaching...
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    What lube do you have? Usually you can get it in...

    What lube do you have? Usually you can get it in a squeeze bottle with a trim to fit top. Just trim it down to where it fits in the fill hole. Hold it off a little so air can escape. Also a large...
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    Good bump! No oil seal at the top. You...

    Good bump!

    No oil seal at the top.

    You should check the load to ensure the correct shim pack. Chances are it will need a little more drag.

    I think you might be looking at part of the...
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    The snap ring is there to prevent the bearing...

    The snap ring is there to prevent the bearing from traveling down the shaft. It doesn't need to be tight but I would replace it. It is the stop for the bearing. The steering shaft and lever assembly...
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    Good news on the puller and the success. gmwillys...

    Good news on the puller and the success. gmwillys repairs the cracks in the wheel. He has a great method.

    One bottle of lube fills the box. You fill it till it comes out of the fill hole.
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    If you could get the dry ice on the shaft (male...

    If you could get the dry ice on the shaft (male portion) and not the hub (female portion) of the assembly it would have the same effect. The idea with the heat is as follows. The heat on the hub...
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    A cheap heat gun from China Freight can be real...

    A cheap heat gun from China Freight can be real good here. It will keep you from melting the center of the wheel where the hob is molded in if you are not comfortable using a torch.
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    I don't think you can get just the dust covers....

    I don't think you can get just the dust covers. However they are soft plugs the same as used in engines. Take some measurements and head to the local old school parts store. They should be able to...
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    Looks just right! I don't think you would have...

    Looks just right! I don't think you would have any trouble going after it again.
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    A light oiling on moving parts like the throttle...

    A light oiling on moving parts like the throttle shaft wouldn't hurt, but as Larry points out its not required. I wouldn't put a lot of lube anywhere as it can gum up and collect dirt. Like Larry...
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    There are a few products out there specifically...

    There are a few products out there specifically for soaking. I use a large tank ultrasonic, heated and filled with MC-3. They come out like brand new.
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    Yes already been done. You should be all set.

    Yes already been done. You should be all set.
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    A small amount of grease on the input shaft, the...

    A small amount of grease on the input shaft, the pilot on the input, the input shaft spines and the front bearing retainer where the throw out bearing will be sliding. Not a lot you don't want grease...
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    You have a good hold of it there tst! Cinch it...

    You have a good hold of it there tst! Cinch it down tight and drive careful! Slide it all the way up to the bulkhead just in case something causes a rapid stop. If that thing gets loose it will slide...
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    All the oil seems to blow back and end up in the...

    All the oil seems to blow back and end up in the bell housing no matter where it leaks from.

    Its hard to tell if that's original but.... The Auburn Clutch Company was purchased by Spicer and...
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