Project Fully Involved - 1969 IH 1300D Foundry Pump Truck

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    Found one at my local Napa for $25, will pick it up this weekend. Auto Zone also lists one if I get in a bind.
     
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    mjmck you are my hero! I just read every page of this thread, great job!

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    Ain’t it fun? I’m really enjoying him work on his, even while mine is trying my patience.


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    Yes sir, some days you score, and some days its a chore HAHA

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    Thanks all for the encouragement! I cant wait to get this truck out for some cruising come spring.
     
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    Started out the weekend by going to Lowes to see if I could get a Craftsman 1/2' beam torque wrench to no avail. I then went to Napa and their only stocked wrench was sold earlier that day. Plan is to hit up AutoZone today and pick one up.

    Helicoils came in:
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    Got one of the Helicoils installed, but had to stop on the other. I don't have a 33/64's drill bit.
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    Lunch fun, Finally getting some visual progress back on the truck.

    Picked up the Duralast "Made in Taiwan" torque wrench. Decent looking unit and did what I needed it too. Specifications call for breaking torque between 20-40 ft. lbs. as acceptable. I would say its just within spec at 21-22 ft. lbs.:
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    Installed the new knuckle seals, a bit tricky keeping the rubber seated, getting the felt on and then getting the bolts through the retainer and the felt to pinch it all together:
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    Slid the axle shaft in after lubricating the seal areas with gear oil and loading up the knuckle with Corn Head lube (the easy way):
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    Installed the backing plate and spindle assembly. Utilized some form-a-gasket behind the spindle to seal to the knuckle as upon disassembly a seal wasn't present:
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    For now I am stuck here until one of the following are ordered:
    • 33/64 drill bit for the drivers side remaining Helicoil; or
    • Wheel Cylinders, brake shoes and hardware to keep going on the passenger.
     
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    Can anyone confirm for me what grease I should be using within the hubs themselves (hub bearings)? The grease I pulled out was brown similar to the what I found in the knuckle. Should I use Corn Head here as well? If so I need to add it to my list to grab more.
     
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    Pack the bearings and coat the spindle with the bearing grease of your choice. I use Lucas extra heavy (green). Nothing else in the hub though.


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    Brought in my small dremel stones and cleaned up the burr on the one hub:
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    Noticed in the picture I posted yesterday 2 bolts had red paint left on the heads, couldn't have that. So I cleaned them up some more, much better:
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    Prepping the drivers side:
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    I purchased a 33/64's drill bit last night, hopefully with Prime it will be here by Friday. I also need to get a replacement lock washer for the backing plate/spindle bolts as one of the ones removed was a 2-piece.
     
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    Looking good! It’s interesting that the bolts are not IH branded.
    Also, if you used a wire wheel/brush to clean the bolts they likely lost any anti corrosion plating they had and will rust in short order.


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    Maybe they are not OEM? Some of the backing plate/spindle bolts are lighter in color than others as well. You are correct, reasoning I didn't paint those was because upon installation I hate seeing paint chipped off from sockets. My thought was to go back with a quick touch up brush and cover them. Not sure if I will be please with this outcome but we will see.
     
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    Could be that IH purchased the axle as an assembly with those bolts.
    Painting the bolt heads now should work out fine as long as they are clean.


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    Some artistic painting of the bolt heads. Waiting to do the brake line one:
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    Cleaning of the drive flange hardware:
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    Replacement kingpin lock washer:
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    A little evening helicoil:
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    More. This one was just below 20 ft lbs on the breaking torque. Might keep an eye out for some shims to add in an effort to get back to spec:
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    Bolted up:
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    Last coat on the drive flange hardware:
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    A couple more pics for the drivers side. Need to go out and grab a new knuckle seal bolt as one is stripped.
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    Nice and clean!

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    Replaced the stripped bolt, unfortunately the OEM bolts are 5/8's and without special ordering thats hard to come by in 5/16 - 24 (fine thread). Picked up a 3/4'' long bolt and hid it in a blind hole behind the tie rod arm that was deep enough:
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    Lubed up the axle shaft in contact areas and slid it in:
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    I had to do a mock run of this. This is the stuff that satisfies my eye!
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