Prior to actual installation three important dimensions need to be checked (see Diagram A). The axle flange diameter must be 6.248″ (J) or less. The brake drum register must be no larger than 3.060″ diameter (K). The third and most critical dimension is the axle standout. (G) This measurement is taken from the outside face [...]
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December 14th, 2010 · No Comments
These instructions will cover the EMS Offroad Hub conversion kits:
• 94-99 Dodge 2500/3500 (HC-94D-xx)
• 00+ Dodge 2500/3500 (HC-00D-SRW-xx)(HC-00D-DRW-xx)
• 98+ Ford Super Duty (HC-SD-xx)
DRW = Dual Rear Wheel
SRW = Single Rear Wheel
May 26th, 2010 · No Comments
SUSPENSION – FRONT (4WD COIL SPRING) 1994 SUSPENSION Ford Motor Co. Suspension – Front (4WD) Coil Spring
Removal (Bronco & F150)
1. Using Torx Bit (T-25), remove 5 bolts from cap assembly. Remove cap assembly. See Fig. 5 . DO NOT
drop spring, ball bearing, bearing race or spring retainer.
2. Remove rubber sealing ring and seal bridge retainer. [...]
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Vehicles equipped with 4WD and C205F front axle assembly use equal length axle shaft system to deliver power from front differential to front wheels. Both axle shafts are identical and interchangeable, 3-piece units consisting of outer Rzeppa joint, solid interconnecting shaft and inner tripod joint. Both Rzeppa joints and tripod joints are true Constant Velocity [...]
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Axle shafts transfer power from transaxle to drive wheels. Axle shafts consist of a shaft and flexible Constant
Velocity (CV) joint at each end. See Fig. 1 . Inner CV joint is splined to transaxle. Outer CV joint is splined to
hub assembly and secured by wheel bearing lock nut.
Inner CV joint is a plunging tripod joint. [...]
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CAUTION: Do not begin this procedure unless the following parts are available:
a new front axle wheel hub retainer
a new front suspension lower arm-to-ball joint nut
a new circlip Do not reuse these parts during assembly. Their torque retention
capability diminishes during removal.
NOTE: This procedure applies to both the LH and RH halfshaft assemblies.