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Re: Another cast welding question

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11-13-2012 04:36:49

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mike1972chev said: (quoted from post at 04:57:49 11/13/12) Where EXACTLY was this crack at???

Do you have a photo of it? MOST repairs I have seen or done were just from the outside.But if it was more of a "STRUCTURAL" ,weight supporting section,I MIGHT consider doing both the inside and outside of the housing. I would need to see a photo of what we are working with.

In his other post it sounded like a ball came out of one the the bearings and got between the bull gear and rear end case. I would ASSUME it is somewhere on the bottom of the bull gear.

He is your required reading material.
This post was edited by sflem849 at 04:37:35 11/13/12.

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11-13-2012 05:06:48

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 Re: Another cast welding question in reply to sflem849, 11-13-2012 04:36:49  
With all due respect sflem,I read alot of "we THINK it might be" in that post farther down.(Yea,I read it BEFORE this latest one.)

Correct preparation on the "FRONT end" of the job will sometimes save for EVEN MORE time/effort/money spent on the "back end".

I just dont want to see someone do a half A$$ed repair job,and THEN go back and have to redo everything.

Just sayin ;)

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