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Old October 24th, 2015, 01:37 PM
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Front axle assembly diagram and dust shields

Going to start assembling my front axle tonight... Just curious if anyone has two diagrams.
One showing all the steering components (drag links, pan hard bar, steering box drop arm etc
And the other an exploded view from the tube mating surface all the way out to the drive flange.

99.999% sure I remember everything but wouldn't mind to have a visual reference

This is a LHD

Lastly, how many people still run dust shields, my experience with them is they just trap mud and sticks and do nothing useful. Pretty sure I'm going to leave them off but figured I'd poll the crowd.
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