Posted by Rocko on December 05, 2012 at 06:49:33 from (188.8.131.52):
Hi guys. I've been tearing down a 30. cleaning and stripping prepping for paint, replacing seals here and there etc. Anyways I remove the V shaped sabalizer bar From the wide front end to a bracket bolted under the tranny, jacked up the front end with a wide floor jack which lifted both tires up, removed tires, set tub down on suports, pulled jack back. Figured at this point to take a look and figure how to go about removing pin that front end pivots on. Wigled front end a bit and it slid right off the pin. In other words the only thing holding the front end on that pin was the V shaped stabilizer bar, I was under the impresion from the parts book that the pin would be some kind of step or shoulder type and I would need to pound it out to remove the front end. Anyways I guess my question is is this normal or did this pin wear down or something, (Does not appear to have), but doesn't seem right that the pin does not have a head or shoulder to hold the front end on. Any insight here would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. Rocko.
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