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850 Front Axle/spindle stops

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Dan Crocker

04-23-2012 17:02:58




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I have a Ford 850. The axle/spindle stops are worn to the ppoint that the front tires tend to lay over if i made a sharp turn or hit a rock. This happens more on the right side than the left, but both sides are worn.

There isn't much slop in the bearings and the spindle bushings seem good.

Has anyone tried building the stops back up with some weld then grinding them to the correct specs? Or any other fix? Or am I looking at new axle sections and spindles?

Since I know the stops are worn, I can ease into my turns and use the brakes for sharp turns, but would prefer to not have the occasional tire layover and steering wheel snap when I hit small obstructions. Any thoughts?

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sotxbill

04-24-2012 08:40:52




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 Re: 850 Front Axle/spindle stops in reply to Dan Crocker, 04-23-2012 17:02:58  
when it comes to welding.. all my friends call me... "Muddubber" and I dub a little here and dub a little there.



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Ultradog MN

04-23-2012 18:12:54




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 Re: 850 Front Axle/spindle stops in reply to Dan Crocker, 04-23-2012 17:02:58  
What likely happened is a previous owner let the thrust bearings go completely out and that will wear off those stops.
If you are even a mediocre welder you should be able to weld them back up as good as new.
Those axle knees are cast steel so no special rod or preheat technique is needed. It is not in a structural part of the knee anyway. Just grab some 7018 or wire feed and have at it. You can also add some to the spindles too if it looks like that would be needed.

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Dan Crocker

04-24-2012 04:22:42




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 Re: 850 Front Axle/spindle stops in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-23-2012 18:12:54  
Thanks. Yup, a mediocre welder is about the right description for me! lol. I'll give it a shot.



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soundguy

04-24-2012 06:39:27




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 Re: 850 Front Axle/spindle stops in reply to Dan Crocker, 04-24-2012 04:22:42  
ditto what UD said. them stops weld up fine.. I can attest to that BTDT great results.



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