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Eddy Lucast
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I have compiled a list of parts, suppliers and Coleman part numbers and will post it soon. I'm curious if you guys want a step by step as it goes back together? Should be pretty straight forward. Just reverse of disassembly.
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figured it was a good time to see how the t-case looked. It hasn't been able to shift between hi and low range since I bought it. Got it split and everything looks great. Gears show just about no wear. Bearings are all in great shape. Got the hi/lo fork freed up and all is well. It will get cleaned and resealed. It's a model 40 by the way. And it's a big gear driven beast.
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that is where the inner axle seal lives. Remove the eight bolts holding the stub on and the stub falls right off.
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notch goes towards the back in this application. Stub bolts have nuts on the inboard side. This is mainly for my record
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hot tip of the day. In this pic of the clean stub you can see three small holes. The back hole is from a grease zerk. The front two, upper and lower are for driving out the races. I drove out the upper race, then attacked the bottom one. Then the spindle slide off. Assembly might be interesting because I'm my mind the new races should be installed prior to the spindle being placed on the stub but I'm not sure that possible.
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that was NOT FUN.
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underside of upper cap with bearing in it. You can also see the race in the top of the stub. Now it goes down and out if all goes well. I'm taking that race out next to give me more room.
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came in from the back to tap the wedge out. Wiggled the spindle down far enough to get a couple flat tips under the upper bearing cap to pry it out.
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All the bushings are oillite. They are still in business and still manufactured. You can also see the spring tension brake adjustment cam.


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