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    Box of Parts

    Box of engine rebuild kit.
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    Super Moderator bmorgil's Avatar
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    You are on a roll now! I recognize that "Box-0-Parts"! Another 134 will breathe again.
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    Dern that's plumb. Most of us are at least a half-bubble off plumb.

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    A box-o-goodies; Christmas in June!

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    A box-o-goodies; Christmas in June!
    But its hotter than the fourth of July!

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    Dern that's plumb. Most of us are at least a half-bubble off plumb.
    If it hadent been sitting on the front shock bracket rivit it would have been off .

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    Frame and Axle in paint

    Well been a while, heres some updates. Got frame in black , got front axle in red , getting ready to put front axle on frame , got new rear springs and some shackles . First pic is rear end being cleaned up and inspected. Removed front axle cover ,cleaned up and flushed out the pumpkin. Found gears in great shape, replaced inner axle oil seals ,replaced knuckle king pin bearings , proceeded to check pull on steering and tried to use digital fishing scales but they would not work in vertical position so ordered spring scale from Amazon . Next pic is frame in red then in black. last pic is front axle in red ran outa black , so gota make another paint run .
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    Its coming along nicely! I love the axle "pile". Brings back memories.

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    Its coming along nicely! I love the axle "pile". Brings back memories.
    Tnx bmorgil

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    Check your rear end - so to speak.....

    You always want to take the differentials apart - there are surprises that might be in there if you "assume" things are going to be OK.

    All that was between me and a disaster was a thin eroded safety wire. That bolt head could have brought things to a quick halt!
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