My manual said to put gear lube on them, I still used some grease anyway. Only happens when going very slow and turning right or left. Others are done in several stages. If you are installing your transmission that was purchased from Monster Transmission, our sales and support staff is here. After removing the bolts you'll probably need a hammer and a chisel or air chisel to get the bearing out. Just be very carefull in not ruining the new one and there is a torque spec on the center nut that holds the axle and tightens the bearings preload. It not that major and it may seem but will save you money in the end.
Certain Products, such as Warn® Hubs may be covered by additional manufacturer's warranties. If the preload exceeds the specification at minimum torque, a new spacer must be installed on the pinion gear. Im using the old bearings. If retainers are not flush against the drum, the retainers can prevent the wheel from being flat against the drum, which could contribute to vibration. Again, I'm not sure what component, or bolts it is you are asking for torque specs on.
The minimum torque is 170 foot-pounds. Bishop I definitely recommend a look at these transmissions, you've got to have a look. Next remove the rotor,Then there will be a big nut in the center that the axle is bolted to. I could not find a spec. You need to put something in there because until you drive it and make some turns, gear lube won't work it's way down into those bearings.
So dont forget to get the torque specs. The torque for a new collapsible spacer is between 17 and 27 inch-pounds. The bolt to the frame side should be torqued to 140 Nm if the axle bolt is 14mmX1. Repeat process to installing the new one. The management works very hard to make sure the community is running the best software, best designs, and all the other bells and whistles. When it shifts from 1st to 2nd its got a really smooth shift and it puts a smile on your face. This is too critical to take chances on.
The torque for a solid spacer is between 13 and 33 inch-pounds. Turn hub nut clockwise for right-hand thread, counterclockwise for left-hand thread. Good luck and happy I could help. All preload values are with a new oil seal installed in the pinion retainer. A new hub seal must be installed each time the hub assembly is removed. There is no leaking coming from the front seals, rear sears or oil pan.
A spacer fits on the end of the pinion gear. Since the bolts that hold it in if that is what you asking about are not a bearing adjustment, you can go with a generic torque based on bolt size. So it's definitely something you want. If axle lube begins to seep out, retighten filler plug. Install and tighten axle shaft retaining bolts only until they seat. Step 2: Back off, then torque to hand tight or 1 lb-ft. The third member fits in a banjo-type axle housing that does not have a rear cover.
The torque for used collapsible spacer is between 8 and 14 inch-pounds. Call your local parts store for torque spec on rear axle nut. Bought this truck yesterday and did not notice this until I got home. We are dedicated to giving you the technical support you need, when you need it! Refer to in the Disassembly and Assembly portion of this section. Remove hub nut counterclockwise for right-hand thread; clockwise for left-hand thread. Install the hub nut on the spindle.
Torque Specs on Dana 60. The 8-inch rear axle looks very much like the popular Ford 9-inch rear axle. Use the handy Links below to access over 40 years of Dan's product and vehicle specific Tech Notes to easily get the information you need for your vehicle's repair, maintenance, or upgrade project! By now you should have progress on getting it out. Stops as I speed up to 5-7 mph. United States Army Drill Sergeant J. The spacers can be reused, but the collapsible spacer has different values for new and used. Not to tight and not to loose.
Shakes or Wobbles problem 2001 Ford F350 V8 Four Wheel Drive 88000 miles F350 4x4 Dual real wheels - 4:10 axle with traction lok. Push-on retainer nuts are used for shipping purposes only and have no vehicle function. The 8-inch Ford rear axle was used from the early 1960s to 1980 in small and mid-size passenger cars with six- and small-block V-8 engines. Step 2: Back off, then torque to 35 lb-ft for automatic hubs,or 50 lb-ft for manual hubs. If the minimum torque needed to rotate the pinion nut is not established by the minimum nut torque, the nut must be tightened further, in small increments, until the proper torque value is established. Thank you for using Fixya, and have a nice day Dec 19, 2011 Hello acadiamaine, If the shock absorber bolt to the axle is a 14mmX1.
Push-on sheet metal drum retainer nuts may be discarded. If after hub removal, the hub seal or seal inner slinger remains on the spindle, remove it as shown. Remove the rear tires,Take off caliper and caliper bracket. Rotaterear hub occasionally while tightening. Push rear hub with hub outer bearing seated in outer cup onto spindle. Jump on to discuss axles, suspensions, engines, mudders, 4x4s and more.