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Old May 23rd, 2008, 07:09 PM
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if you need a hand finding part numers for older (pre or non NAS 110's) then just give me a shout.... i've got plenty of reference material here on paper and microcat.

Ooh, I'm going to take you up on that. I need to figure out exactly what steering gearbox I have and what parts are needed for a rebuild. I know a place that can rebuild it but they are unsure of the parts needed for the RHD.

1984 D110 SALLDHMV1AA204828 , 3 bolt style.

Pics here is it helps ID it.

http://lhsw.com/gallery/janeySteeringGearbox

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Old May 23rd, 2008, 08:28 PM
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Charles,

Cabell has the parts catalogs. If you help him out with that spare tire carrier he might be inclined to bring them.
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 09:20 PM
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Yeah that would be cool. He's going to come up sometime, although I don't know how soon. I was thinking it would be good to send the gearbox off for a rebuild while I do the rear cross member etc, as I am sure she'll be down for a few weeks at the pace I go .

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Charles,
What do the next couple of weekends look like for you?
I'll bring the books (have the 83-86 and 86-02 versions). I can also photo copy and mail the applicable pages if you need 'em sooner.
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 09:49 PM
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Actually looking pretty good for the next few weekends. The 7th and 14th of June would be out, but the 31st of May and the next couple sundays are all good.

No flaming rush on anything, and the steering gearbox is the only thing that's pressing at all, but it could wait for you.

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I want to change my swing out spare carrier to accomodate a high lift so I'll tag along.
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Sounds good. I'll check in later in the week.
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that is the adwest heavy duty. if this is the place i referred you to they should be able to do it. not sure if there are any parts that would be different internally??

they did say they could build up shafts and gear surfaces and cut them back down. still le$$ than a new box


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Ooh, I'm going to take you up on that. I need to figure out exactly what steering gearbox I have and what parts are needed for a rebuild. I know a place that can rebuild it but they are unsure of the parts needed for the RHD.

1984 D110 SALLDHMV1AA204828 , 3 bolt style.

Pics here is it helps ID it.

http://lhsw.com/gallery/janeySteeringGearbox

thanks
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Old May 24th, 2008, 11:53 AM
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I sent you an email, but thats what I thought too. Probably since I wasn't sure, they seemed to think getting parts was a problem/hassle. Hoping to send them the box and all the parts and have them rebuild it for me. A new one is a small fortune.

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Old May 24th, 2008, 04:07 PM
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^^^^ What he said; it's the adwest heavyweight. commonly known as the "3 bolt box" (because of the 3 bolts on the top)

you can swap it for the later 4 bolt box, but you may have to change or get an adaptor for the end of the PAS pipe, as i think the threads are different.

all the parts are available as spares:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1..._jim/PASp1.jpg

1 8510292 housing lhd
2 606564 plug, NLA
3 STC2848 kit, steering box selector shaft
4 608068 washer *
5
6 606551 circlip *
7 11987L olive
8 11988L olive
9 BLS108L ball, detent
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11 RTC6110 seal *=part of a kit
12 11015L screw,bleed, NLA
13 RTC308 seal
14 RTC298 washer
15 RTC299 nut,hex
16 RTC295 seal
17 RTC307 pipe assy,PAS,straight end, LHD
RTC6783 pipe assy, PAS, right angled end,LHD
18 11011L screw,grub
19 606544 pad,buffer }
20 608065 seal,steering pinion,rack adjustment screw } part of kit STC4385
21 606505 screw, rack adjustment screw }
22 RTC301 shaft assy, steering box sector, LHD




http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1..._jim/PASp2.jpg

1 606542 piston, PAS, NLA
2 RTC308 kit,PAS pump seal
3 606543 cover, PAS piston retaining
4 11009L clip
5 STC889 kit,steering box sector shaft seal
6 AEU1248 seal (part of STC889 kit)
7 605061 spring, NLA
8 RTC2762 set,shim
9 606538 bearing, ball
10 608000 ring, PAS
11 606567 circlip, NLA
12 8510292 worm & valve assy, LHD
13 608073 seal
14 RTC306 screw
15 606553 locknut, NLA


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Ooh, I'm going to take you up on that. I need to figure out exactly what steering gearbox I have and what parts are needed for a rebuild. I know a place that can rebuild it but they are unsure of the parts needed for the RHD.

1984 D110 SALLDHMV1AA204828 , 3 bolt style.

Pics here is it helps ID it.

http://lhsw.com/gallery/janeySteeringGearbox

thanks
charles
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Old May 24th, 2008, 05:38 PM
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Thanks Jamie! I'll ask them again, armed with this info.

thanks
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Charles,

Thats a lhd box above. Not sure if the internals are much different but wanted to point that out.
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Old May 24th, 2008, 09:27 PM
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crap. Jamie, mine is RHD. Any difference in the internals?
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Old May 25th, 2008, 06:56 AM
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crap. Jamie, mine is RHD. Any difference in the internals?
yes, there are a few differneces.... hang on, i'll dig them out. it's only the external casing,the hydraulic pipes and the main shaft that are different.

Follow-up Post:

OK, different parts are:


shaft assy,steering box sector RHD RTC300 (part of kit 8510291)

housing assy, RHD AEU1358 (part of kit 8510291)

pipe assy, straight end RHD AEU1029 (NLA)

pipe assy, right angled end RHD RTC6782

worm & valve assy, RHD RTC6782 (part of kit 8510291)
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Old May 26th, 2008, 10:46 AM
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Thanks Jamie!
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Old May 26th, 2008, 03:56 PM
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Jamie, would you be able pull the part number for the dash mounted switch that actuates the interior lights and dash lights? Mine disintegrated this afternoon. Many thanks in advance.

Got a lot accomplished today with Ray's help (thanks again) -- got the front springs installed which leveled her out at +2" -- RTE 2" HDs support the diesel lump, bumper and winch with no issues. Tach is installed and the H2O temp gauge are installed. Tach works great, temp doesn't, I still need to install the sender -- not a big deal but we had NO idea what the proper wiring connection on the sender is -- it has essentially a mushroom-shaped end, no conventional wiring connection I've seen. Ray also got the aux. fuse box installed and we got the new horns installed but not yet hooked up. She's getting there . . .
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Old June 1st, 2008, 10:55 PM
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A female push on terminal fits over the mushroom head. Best to run a new larger gauge wire for the sending unit if possible to get an accurate reading.

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Old June 1st, 2008, 10:58 PM
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[QUOTE=Abrooks]I think you're right -- I could seat the wheel with a bit of muscle, so I think pulling the lockwashers and cleaning may get me there. I may give it a whirl today (even though I really should be painting the nursery)
QUOTE]

Given all the work that you have put into getting the alloys on, this may not be welcome, but unless I am mistaken I think those wheels may not be rated for use on a 110. Something about weight I think. I recognise them because I was thinking about putting older Rangie or Disco alloys on my 110 and was told to forget it. The only alloys rated for 110 use are those deep dish ones that LR puts on at the factory, otherwise steels. You might want to look into the issue, if you haven't already.

Nice looking rig, and congrats on joining the 110 fraternity - always a right choice!

Cheers,
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Jamie, would you be able pull the part number for the dash mounted switch that actuates the interior lights and dash lights? Mine disintegrated this afternoon. Many thanks in advance.

Got a lot accomplished today with Ray's help (thanks again) -- got the front springs installed which leveled her out at +2" -- RTE 2" HDs support the diesel lump, bumper and winch with no issues. Tach is installed and the H2O temp gauge are installed. Tach works great, temp doesn't, I still need to install the sender -- not a big deal but we had NO idea what the proper wiring connection on the sender is -- it has essentially a mushroom-shaped end, no conventional wiring connection I've seen. Ray also got the aux. fuse box installed and we got the new horns installed but not yet hooked up. She's getting there . . .

The switch is (well, it was)PRC2497, but now superceded to PRC7371
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