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  1. Glenngineer

    M939 series 5 ton capacities

    Just found the TM scouring the internet for info .went as far as calling meritor rockwell and AM general for more info on the axles ,everyone was helpfull but had no specs anymore.
  2. Glenngineer

    My M931A1 conversion to a dump truck

    Trying out 6x6 for the first time
  3. Glenngineer

    My M931A1 conversion to a dump truck

    Trying her out a little this weekend
  4. Glenngineer

    M931A2 Tractor turned Dump

    I had to go with a smaller pump to fit my install,but went with a faster gear ratio to still get the flow I needed . Just started using mine this weekend, works great.
  5. Glenngineer

    M931A2 Tractor turned Dump

    I ordered the pto new from Chelsea Parker with the options I wanted . It's the 221R housing which fits easier can find the part number if it helps anyone .
  6. Glenngineer

    M931A2 Tractor turned Dump

    That is not correct ,you can do a direct pump mount PTO on a 931 and air shift
  7. Glenngineer

    All 5-tons: Heavy Duty Torque Rod Ends

    I was looking at the same thread re: shocks and for me it crossed to a Gabrial 85329 which has comparable compresion specs but has twice the extension resistance 1500lbs hopeing it will take some of the bounce out of my front end.
  8. Glenngineer

    My M931A1 conversion to a dump truck

    Truck hauled it's first load yesterday ,10 Metric tons 22,000 lb
  9. Glenngineer

    All 5-tons: Heavy Duty Torque Rod Ends

    I used 2 1/2 inch flat washers from Fastenal ,they are 1/4 inch thick 5 inches outside diameter .At$5.00 each they are a lot cheaper than having someone cut them out . Lots of air/water and short welds if you go that route , easy to burn the bushings. used small slices of pipe to give more room...
  10. Glenngineer

    My M931A1 conversion to a dump truck

    Finished my wiring can pull an electric or air brake trailer now
  11. Glenngineer

    M809-series (M818) Air Brake Retrofit

    I think all the parts are available ,you would not need the whole kit because you already have air brakes.the parts list is on this thread.
  12. Glenngineer

    Blown Hub Seal?

    Would never expect you to make that change just putting it out there if it can help anyone else . On the wheel studs I think in the old trucks they though centrifical force would keep the nuts from spinning of if they became loose, I haven't made the change because of the expense. On the grease...
  13. Glenngineer

    Blown Hub Seal?

    I have been able to put outboard drums on A1 axles with some minor machining of the hub .
  14. Glenngineer

    Blown Hub Seal?

    Should have worded it differently ,would be interested to see the listing .Could not find it.
  15. Glenngineer

    Blown Hub Seal?

    Interesting to see the listing ,found a couple of hubs for around $500
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