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D200 trans axle rebuild is coming.

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DarrellF

Guess since I broke the hub and found that bad axle keyway I’m going to pull the rear and rebuild it

might as well, cause I need to replace the axle. This way I get a good look inside and inspect everything.

Also change the bull gear bolts to mark 8, seals, bearings, whatever it needs.

1: looks like I’ll need to make a new gasket

2: Axle seals

3: Bull gear bolts and nuts 5/16 mark 8 

4: O-rings 

5: and Anything else as I inspect

6: Not sure what torque specs are but I'm sure someone will know.

This way she will be tip top and painted.

I will post pics as I go not sure when I’ll start but I need her fixed.

 

 

 

 

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Well I got a hub from Marv and here I set waiting for something to move me so far it's not been my summer

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