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Username Post: Question: '64-'66 Rear Axle Panhard Bar Mount.        (Topic#357366)
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07-24-19 10:40 PM - Post#2771503    

Ok, here's a couple of questions for you '64-'66 coil spring rear axle truck owners. On the 12 Bolt (truck) rear axle there's a large loop, top right hand side, cast into the pumpkin. In this loop there is a ~5" long shaft that bolts into/through "it" and is attached with nut and lock washer. The lower panhard bar end would then attached to the shaft.

I'm stripping the axle assembly apart to get it powder coated.


Q1. With the nut/lw off, which direction does the shaft slide to remove it from the loop?

Q2. Are the loop hole and shaft tapered?

Q3. Did you use a "puller" to get it off or a BFH?


Thanks


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08-09-19 07:47 AM - Post#2772795    
    In response to 64K10

The answers are:

Q1. With the nut/lw off, which direction does the shaft slide to remove it from the loop?

A1. The short, large threaded side of the shaft is driven out from the loop on the diff. Spray with PB Blaster or similar and let soak overnight.

Q2. Are the loop hole and shaft tapered?

A2. Yes, loop and shaft are tapered.

Q3. Did you use a "puller" to get it off or a BFH?

A3. Use a BFH and a large punch to drive the shaft from the loop.


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Edited by 64K10 on 08-09-19 01:59 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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