Looking for John Donnelly axle rebuild link #35

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  1. Oldscout

    Oldscout Farmall Cub

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    Anybody point me to johns axle rebuild write up , post said #35 in BB. I'm not finding it.
     
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    what are you looking for exactly?
     
  3. Oldscout

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    Complete Rebuild build steps for Dana 30 and rear 44 axles from 800. I want to try and rebuild to put in scout 80. So Old post mention John documented axle rebuild steps and that it was post #35 in BB. Found old one but it was missing pic and different number like 8 or something.
     
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    I've rebuilt my front dana 30 and rear dana 44 on my 800 and documented on my build if you want to take a look. It's pretty easy except for pinion gear setup.
     
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    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    it's all in the service manual !
     
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    yep, you'll definitely need that and probably the parts manual to get replacement part #s for bearings, seals, etc.
     
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    ziggybock Farmall Cub

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    The service manuals are worth the investment as mentioned. It provides all the detailed information you will need to address anything on your Scout. Binder Books has the 80/800 service manual on sale right now for $65.
    In the mean time, if you search the BP I have rebuild info on the axles as well as T-Bone, as mentioned above in his Jello Shot build. There are many others as well that can probably help you find the info your looking for on your axles. A couple of pics and questions here might also allow us to provide feedback on anything specific as well.
    Good luck!
    -Z
     
  8. Oldscout

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    Thanks guys. I have service manual but sometimes a good builder thread helps me make sense of stuff I have not worked on:punk:
     

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