Doin a semi rebuild of the 60, wheelbearings, wheel seals, axles seals, and kingpin rebuild. I've got everything done except for the damn kingpins. When I was taking them apart, I was really really hoping that theyd be in good shape and I wouldn't ahve to change them out. But of course not, both of them are scarred up pretty good... So I've got the truck in the shop at High Angle workin on it, using some of Jesse's tools. First thing I tried was a lugnut in the kingpin, and a 7/8 impact wocket on the lug nut with Jesse's 1/2" ratchet. Hit it with some heat from the torch, then stuck a cheater on Jesse's ratchet. 1/2 Craftsmen ratchet exploded. So I welded the ratchet up solid, and tried again. Broke the handle of the ratchet. So I took stub of what was left and welded it into a 4' piece of 2 1/4x .375 wall dom. Tried again. Busted the 1/2" square drive part off inside the socket. Then I welded the lug nut to what was left of the ratchet. Tried again. Twisted the lug nut in half. All my tools are 80 miles away in my Gramps shop, just havent moved them up here yet. I've got all the 3/4 drive stuff I would need. I gave up after a couple hours of blowing stuff up. Tommorrow I'm gonna tackle it again...Any suggestions?