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  1. blazen91

    blazen91 1/2 ton status

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    I need a 10bolt axle shaft for my rear(30 spine). My left rear tire was covered in oil so I was going to replace the bearings and seals. The shaft is worn from the bearing going bad. Does some one have one I can borrow til May/June or one I can buy, please let me know. We are going to Big Bear on Saturday.

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  2. blazen91

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    Some one has got to have this. Please help!!!!

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  3. northgate

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    Try an axle saver bearing. They move the bearing about a half inch further down the axle allowing you to re-use the axle. They are available at most good parts stores (NAPA, etc.)
     
  4. blazen91

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    I'll check that out. Thanks. But the bearing is in all the way now. Is it special design bearing?

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  5. jimmyjack

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    Last March my seal crapped out on me. The guy at the parts counter didnt have an axle available but he said to let the new seal hang out a little or push it in a little further "just for now". Well its been..... what, 9 months and its still holding. I'm getting a little nervous about it though. Just a thought!

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  6. blazen91

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    I changed the seals and bearings(and soaked breaks) today. All I need is a shaft and I'm back in business. The axle is worn down where the bearing rides on it. So it's too lose on the bearing.

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    the saver bearing has the seal included and moves the location on the axle where it rides their 25$ I think and kragen has em theyre timkin made in usa.

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    A reat thanks to all of you for your help. I found one at the trans shhop that did my 700r4 and 14bff. http://www.blazen91.coloradok5.com
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