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    York 210 on board air mount, pics

    Wanting to do the same on my M1009,,, had same idea on using a belt off alt .
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    Adding aux gauges to an M1009

    Found location for oil sending unit on back of 6.2 block after engine rebuild video. This is shown location on block .
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    What have you done to your CUCV today/lately - Part 2

    I agree,, why spend a lot of money to have a fine vehicle then abuse it with cheap maintenance!
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    Rear wheels stuck on

    Tires and wheels sold After struggling with their removal I was able to remove both rear wheels. Soaked them in Liquid Wrench penetrator, waited till next day then used large pry bar to break them loose. Worked out well sold tires and wheels after a cleanup, paint they were fine.
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    Rear wheels stuck on

    4 ton bottle jack Tried that but frame was to far off alignment to wheels. Had two 2x4’s taped together the placed 4 Ton bottle jack with a piece of angle iron towards wheel, but angle was all wrong !
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    Rear wheels stuck on

    Finally broke them free! I sprayed liquid wrench penetrating fluid through lug holes each one several times, then got under T3 and sprayed the wheel between brake drum and wheel literally soaked each. After waiting couple hours used hand propane torch to heat wheel at lug area while turning...
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    Rear wheels stuck on

    Yes I agree. How I got rear and front axle off ton frame. Decided to cut Ubolts and just roll it out!
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    Rear wheels stuck on

    Oh I’m sure they’re stuck bad I’m changing front and rear axles, 14 bolt ff for rear Dana for the front
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    What have you done to your CUCV today/lately - Part 2

    Dropped my 27 gal tank to blast real frame for axle replacement bought a 31 gal from LMC not much but Aditional 4 couldn’t hurt.
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    Rear wheels stuck on

    Could use some ideas here. The rear wheels on M1009 are stuck on axle. Tried to remove them after lug nuts and they won’t budge! Soaked them in Blaster couple times yet still not budging. I do know the area I bought it from uses a lot of salt on roads as by the surface rust on entire...
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    What have you done to your CUCV today/lately - Part 2

    Older model Chevy ton 4x4 fuel tank passenger side. May be better option
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    Gas tank sending unit connection??

    Had same problem with new sending unit. Found this on eBay fits perfect wired to old connections!
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    Not the way it’s supposed to be

    Yes all need replaced I am even after soaking in cleaner can’t be sure it’s all out, besides surprisingly new shoes are not that expensive and well worth the money and being assured won’t fail. Thank you.
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    Not the way it’s supposed to be

    Drums Removed brakes , wheel cylinders, all parts need replaced except driver side shoes , while covered in grease seems no ware showing, passenger side front shoe worn bad, rear bout half ! Thank y’all for assistance haven’t done anything larger than 9” ford in quite a while! Both drums...
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    Not the way it’s supposed to be

    Yes position of rear on jack stands tried to rotate it but fell off stands still I’ll get it in position to take apart. Going to clean parts in a tub. Then check shoes to see if usable if not I’ll get new ones .
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    Not the way it’s supposed to be

    Got most the crap out. Had to be half a tub of grease in it. Doing a tear down anyway, checked drum it’s good replacing seals probably bearings. Getting a small parts kit for brakes maybe even new shoes grease in everything. Other side looks good but will take apart to check it out. Still...
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    Not the way it’s supposed to be

    Pulled hubs and drums one side a greasy mess other not as bad but only one lock nut with key way and retainer, same on both sides! good parts. Heavy duty 4” drums, shoes, and parts almost new, but lot of necessary parts left out!
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    What have you done to your CUCV today/lately - Part 2

    Oh yeah. We’d love to have one. But not in our budget,, can borrow one from close friend tho. They work great !!!
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    14 bolt axle pulled

    Finally after couple surgeries and rehab, not to mention Chiropractic appts a surprise from VA, pulled 14 bolt ff from rolling frame. Wouldn’t roll until pulled one axle out, so removed cover and drained crap that was in it. I was told it may have been welded. But to my surprise has a Eaton...
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