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I'm planning on rebuilding this rear and its matching front axel out of my F600 "1975" does anyone know about these axels? Brand and parts availability ?
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Try the Big Truck Forum.......Its probably a Marmon Herrington 4x4 conversion, Eaton and Rockwell were builders of lots of the Medium Duty and bigger truck axles.......A Manly looking axle, and a helluva stack of leaf springs
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Thanks, yes lots of springs! I'm going for the 4x4 f600 beach buggy maybe 46" rubbers ?
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Ok, I've been working on my build as much as possible between work, family and snow storms! I I pulled the front axel and sand blasted, rebuilt and primed. I picked up a Top loader out of a m35 military truck. Flipped the hubs to run singles, sand blasted and painted. Both axels came out great! Now onto the body! [IMG] [/IMG]
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Very nice. I'd love to have an f600 4x4.
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