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Old April 6th, 2012, 09:32 AM
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Damn noddy, you are on fire this morning.

Brian, I do feel like there is a disconnect here somewhere. All you need is a third member and even if you shipped one coast to coast it surely would be a reasonable cost. That diff in the picture I posted was shipped in a bucket from Utah at a reasonable cost. So, for the last time, if you tell us your spline count, I am sure someone can help you get the right third member.
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Damn noddy, you are on fire this morning.

Brian, I do feel like there is a disconnect here somewhere. All you need is a third member and even if you shipped one coast to coast it surely would be a reasonable cost. That diff in the picture I posted was shipped in a bucket from Utah at a reasonable cost. So, for the last time, if you tell us your spline count, I am sure someone can help you get the right third member.
I do need the third member, and gearing. (pinion, bevel gear, cage, shafts, etc...) Technically the diff housing and cv/swivels are not the issue, but a full swap will be a lot quicker than dealing with parts problems as I go along.
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Old April 6th, 2012, 05:46 PM
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No, the spline count on the diff side of the axle. That way all you need is a complete 3rd member.

Pull the 6 bolts that hold each swivel ball and slide the complete swivel assembly away from the housing. Once the ends of the axles clear teh side gears, you can remove the third member.

EDIT: On second thought, (after actually looking at the pic) a complete axle is going to be easier. The splines on the CV (and probably the drive flange) have excessive wear and need to be replaced.


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Sorry I thought I posted a different pic, need to get a better handle on this whole Mac thing (recent convert) i-photo vs. image files.

Your edit note captures my intent a little more accurately. The truck has seen some "creative" repair over the years so I am inclined to take any opportunity to repair/replace parts with items that at least have a known history...
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