Were still talking about trucks right
Well everyone has different needs and perspective on what they want in a their task force Chevy truck. If...
Nice motor, I used 350 (1972) and 200R4, overdrive. I think the total package shaved 200lbs from stock.
I don't know about "Butts" that last one
But add some feets. :rolleyes:
I read and look over your pictures, we both have the green in common. I tried to keep stock but with the road speeds, need some big...
Do you need any other brake parts?
Look good, water repellent too.
I had them for about five years, (part number 7204771), make sure your engine selection allows the three bolt connection the...
Well took three tries and got the correct seal, the Green barring seal is twice the weight of the other, and from Ohio, could be USA...
Well I Knew that!
Well looks like that spring is part of the old seal just sitting there, the new seal has a spring to hold the rubber sear tight...
I know we all like the pictures, here are some from this weekend. The bearing is from Taiwan, just out side of New Jersey. :D...
What I have seen, the use of the blue painter tape around the opening. When installing my back window and front windshield, the string trick...
Update and Question
The nut was marked and removed, the yoke was marked and pulled, came off easy. The old seal was a treat to remove, It has a...
JEEP, JP OD, neat vid
Rear End rebuild
I may have some extra pinion yolk play, so thinking of rebuilding my rear end. I understand the principles behind it, some great...
Well, received my pinion seal from our host, as ordered, quick, it's amazing for five bucks, Taiwan can make, and ship for cheaper...
Still waiting, appreciate the support, I think I got down. Nate has a point, I must say, I get a lot of parts from our host, but was...
Waiting on my seal, I think I can pull this off, no pun intended. :o
got some info page 13
Did a search, got page 13 of Lakeroadster's build page.
Mark everything, measure threads, (or count) remove big nut,...
Looks like my pinion flange seal needs replacement, looks like I may need two special tools to complete this repair? As indicated in the shop...
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