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Re: AC-B,C axle swap

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03-15-2003 18:55:12

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The C axle is 6 inches longer and the axle housing is 6 inches wider for this reason. You can change out the entire housing and internals by removing the 4 big stud nuts from the PTO alxe compartment and pulling off the alke and housing assembly as a unit. What is wrong with the B hub? they sometimes loosen up after many years of use, but nothing wrong with this setup.

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Eric Egland

03-16-2003 05:32:57

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 Re: Re: AC-B,C axle swap in reply to stevse, 03-15-2003 18:55:12  
Stevse, In fact, one of my axle/hub sets was messed up. I got a replacement set, so ok there. I ran across a C from the bell housing back and was taking a keen look at the axles on that, thinking they looked better, no fooling around with the nut. I even toyed with the idea of using the C finals as you suggest, but that would mess up the B as a B. Oh well, I ve got a good spare transmission. Thanks, Eric

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Eric Egland

03-18-2003 17:55:14

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 Re: Re: Re: AC-B,C axle swap in reply to Eric Egland, 03-16-2003 05:32:57  
Got a set of the B flanged axles today. At least one other set at the yard if anyone else is interested in doing that.

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