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Technical / Re: Stainless bumpers
« Last post by Henry Magno on December 12, 2017, 04:51:36 PM »
I have a few questions about the bumpers. In the pictures they look quite free of waves. Are they in fact? Have either of you tried to fit original license lights or bumper guards to these? On the website, the guards look like they have the flanges almost flat to the bumper face, but in your pictures, Thomas, they look close to the originals.

I need them for a Cab A, so they would have to put on the brackets for the filler panel. If either of you could send me some additional pictures that would be great.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Henry Magno on December 09, 2017, 08:27:23 AM »
One tip that I have. Don't use the fully rubber coated seals, only the old style with a bare metal case. If you use the rubber coated ones, the slinger may not fit or will grab the seal.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Scott Montoney on December 07, 2017, 04:21:26 PM »
No, it is #5.  Regardless of what the description is in the diagram.
If you compare the diagram to my photos, #6 is the oil seal with the rubber and the "spring reinforcement" inside the seal.
Item #5 actually mounts onto the axle shaft and rotates with the axle.
It helps to deflect oil away from the rubber seal where it rubs against the axle.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Charles Adamson on December 07, 2017, 03:34:15 PM »
Is this item 6 in Fig.H3/54b?
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Charles Adamson on December 07, 2017, 03:30:20 PM »
I found a picture from Niemoller.

Item A35 167
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Scott Montoney on December 07, 2017, 12:31:24 PM »
Thanks Henry,
I did find that number in my update.  And the translated description to something like "Oil Shield". 
It was the fact that there is no drawing for it that had me stumped.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Henry Magno on December 07, 2017, 11:36:16 AM »
The slinger is 187 357 02 82. It's in a parts manual supplement. If you have a supplement, it's occasionally useful to check it for later changes. No drawings though so some things are a bit obscure. It does refer back to pages in the original parts book.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Scott Montoney on December 03, 2017, 01:22:20 PM »
I agree that I can not find the part number as well.
Perhaps the Classic Center can help?

Here is the diagram from the Shop Manual.
It is item #5 Oil Seal.
I would call it more of an oil slinger because, if I recall correctly, it was just plain stamped steel that was packed with grease to help seal the rubber oil seal that it slid over.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Charles Adamson on December 03, 2017, 12:03:25 PM »
Thanks for the pictures.

Do you know the part number of the ring in the third picture? Mine is missing, but the parts book part is also missing.
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Technical / Re: 220 rear axle seals
« Last post by Scott Montoney on December 02, 2017, 07:26:38 PM »
I'm certain I would have done all seals if I had it apart.
Here are a few photos, but I'm not sure if they show what you are looking for.
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