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What are they for, Ed?

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November 4th, 2018, 7:00 am
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The big nut five posts above your post, I need to drill the two holes. It keeps the nut from backing off, which it had. I tightened it back up.

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November 4th, 2018, 4:49 pm
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I was in another part of the mountains over the weekend. Swung by and installed the hydraulic hose, lower radiator hose, and sprayed the wheels with Liquid Wrench. Trying to get back up and work on the brakes soon.

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November 5th, 2018, 6:58 am
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Had to tighten the nut a little more to get the plate to line up, then put a shortened transfer punch into one of the threaded holes and hit the plate. There’s enough play in the fit over the hex that I didn’t try to transfer the second hole, I’ll do it by dimension. I brought it back home to drill.


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November 12th, 2018, 8:54 pm
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Replaced the copper air line, the plumbing department at the hardware made it up for me. I don’t have a flaring tool, and neither did he. So he just used a coupler, it works. I routed it different on the bottom. Not on purpose, I forgot. It’s more exposed this way, but I won’t be driving in tall brush anyway.


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November 13th, 2018, 7:03 am
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Got both front wheels off, digging in with the bucket broke them loose. I left two bolts on each to keep things under control. With the tripod set away from the wheel, it just pulled the one leg closer to the wheel. So I would pull the third leg back, and the wheel would come with it. Had to repeat a few times. Two of us were able to lift the planetary housing off, but not the drum and hub assembly. Too heavy, used the tripod for that too. Plus it kept from dragging the hub over the spindle threads, didn’t even touch it.


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November 13th, 2018, 10:29 am
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The brakes before cleaning, the inside of the wheel cylinders were pretty nasty. Two wheel cylinders honed good, the other two were too pitted. Already replaced with new ones that came with the machine. One of the springs that keeps the adjuster in place was broken and brazed too, otherwise all’s good. I found a place that has the adjuster spring already, haven’t ordered yet though.


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November 13th, 2018, 5:14 pm
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A shot of the drum/hub assembly hanging from the tripod. After setting it down, we rolled it out of the way.


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November 13th, 2018, 9:59 pm
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First pic is the planetary housing before cleaning it, we put everything back together clean. I’m told planetaries are used to handle the torque better.

Second is the drive flange installed, I think that’s what they call it. You can also see the pins we made to make installing the planetary housing easier, they’re pointed. We got one planetary hole on there, and it held the weight while we got the other holes and planetary gears aligned.

Third shows the torque wrench, had to make a spindle nut socket, it wasn’t available anymore. Welded an 1-5/16” socket to a plate with pins in it. It calls for 600 ft lbs, then set to 25 lbs rolling torque. Rolling torque was already there at 600 ft lbs, had to use the 9 foot cheater pipe to get the torque.


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November 21st, 2018, 8:54 am
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Here’s the spindle nut tool. Not pretty, but it worked!


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November 21st, 2018, 10:50 am
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Before we put the drums back on, we put a chain around each brake shoe, and bled the brakes. This way we would know if the wheel cylinders were leaking, and take care of it first. They bled good. So we'll have brakes now, woohoo! But first we killed three hours trying to figure out why we didn’t have anything happening up front, we weren’t getting air to the front power cluster. Last time we worked on the air component of the brakes, we had an air brake mechanic (mutual friend) helping us. He told us to tie the relay back in, me and my mechanic friend that usually helps me had bypassed it. Well the last thing we checked this time was the air, so it took three hours and five minutes to get something happening up front. Doh!! I think we would have got the brakes adjusted and the wheels back on otherwise, we’ll have to do it later now. It won’t be long before the snow keeps me from working on it for a few months, I at least want to get the wheels back on and move it away from the standing dead trees before that happens.

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November 21st, 2018, 5:17 pm
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The wheel cylinders were also used on International trucks, so they are still readily available.


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November 21st, 2018, 8:51 pm
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Big Ed wrote:
The wheel cylinders were also used on International trucks, so they are still readily available.


You're an International guy, this was meant to be!

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November 22nd, 2018, 10:26 am
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Isn’t that a funny coincidence? I wonder if that application also uses two per wheel. I’m thinking no, they’re not trying to stop 5’ plus tires.

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November 22nd, 2018, 10:40 am
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This is what I was doing today. When we put it together last week we didn’t have the gaskets yet, so we just used silicone. It’s outdoors and rain was coming, so we needed to button it up. I also added the gear oil today.

Started putting the oil back into the transmission, and noticed it was coming out the bottom faster than before. Doh! I don’t know what went wrong, I’ve done a lot of seals before without that problem.

Also adjusted the front brakes. Followed the manual, it said to adjust until they drag, then build air pressure and step on the brakes a few times. Then adjust again, and back off three clicks after they drag. All seems good.

I didn’t have time to do anything else. Next time I’ll put the wheels on, remove the transmission yoke, and try to figure out why it’s leaking.


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