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LM104949...C7TZ1240A...2" I.D......7/8" thick.
18790.........B6D1244A....2" I.D......11/16" thick.


1966/69 before ser #F30.001 took the 18790. 1969/newer after ser #F30,001 got a different hub and took the LM104949 inner and outer. The bearing cup that was matched with the LM104949 was LM104911. You might have two different hubs.
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Finally gone the rear end back together last night. The bearings and seal issues were beyond expectations. I guess I better be prepared for the unexpected.
Nice to put at least a few things back together. Encouraging!
Now to turn it around and start disassembly on the front.
 
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Defective seam sealer (installer).

Ok, so after taking the bed to the body shop, it seems like the seams that I filled on the sides will have to be redone. When they tried to sand it with the DA, it only gummed up. So it did not set up correctly. Now they are going to have to cut out part of the seam sealer and lay some new seam sealer on top of it that will harden correctly.
"If it was easy everyone would do it".
 
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live and learn. I like how that rear end came out, looks fantastic.
 
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Slowly gaining speed on my rebuild.

Things have been moving pretty slow for a while waiting to get into a shop I rented. Moved in now and Iím hoping things will pick up speed now. (At least as long as the money holds out.)
 
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Passenger side door back from body man.

Looks good with the shaving!
 
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Wow that is a lot of progress!
 
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Starting to run out of things to tear down!

Hope I can remember where all this stuff goes....
Getting the frame ready for blasting. Then paint.
 
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Looks good sitting in that shop!
 
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Thanks. A labor of love!
 
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Had a good day and got a little closer.

Everything off that will come off, except the grease and thatís next....
 
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What’s the trick to remove those core support mounts?
 
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Whatís the trick to remove those core support mounts?
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...-hardware.html
 
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A sawzall and some good blades is what I have used.
 
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Got the frame painted this weekend!


Really like the way this turned out....

 
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