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Old 06-21-2018, 06:41 PM
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Rear Axle lock washer...Found!


Just want to pass along that I found at Autozone the rear lock washer for my 73 F250 2wd. Had to order from their distribution center but only took 1 day to come in.
 
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Did you install it yet?

 
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Old 06-22-2018, 05:56 AM
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Nope not yet. I am waiting for the bearings(Timken) and new axle locknuts. All of the original parts were pretty beat up. I will be taking some pics and will post.
 
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Just went through that myself a while back, good times.

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...y-morning.html
 
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Heres a link to my D60 work with some other pics and links that could help you out, having the right size hub nut socket helps tremendously also...
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...ized-drum.html
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...e-install.html
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...-oil-seal.html
 
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I just rebuilt my Dana 60. Took me 3 days off and on. I must have pulled that carrier a 1000 times. The shim pack that came with the new gears was extremely limited. I went to buy more and they gave me shims for between the race and axle tube. Seems I'd run around for parts all morning come home start putting stuff on, and need something new. then I went looking for that same lock nut. Was sold the wrong one at the local gear specialist that was across town. Ultimately I found it at a little gear shop I never knew existed that was 5 miles from my house. I upgraded to disc brakes while I had the axle apart. Just got it all back in and I'm glad to be done with it.
 
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Originally Posted by cjbronco View Post

Just want to pass along that I found at Autozone the rear lock washer for my 73’ F250 2wd. Had to order from their distribution center but only took 1 day to come in.

There are TWO different sizes of these puppies:

61-1124 .. Rear Wheel Bearing Lock Nut Washer / 2 3/4" O.D. x 1 27/32" I.D. / Obsolete

B6Y-1124-A .. Rear Wheel Bearing Lock Nut Washer / 2 15/16" O.D. x 2 1/32" I.D. / Obsolete
 
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Old 06-24-2018, 07:26 PM
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Originally Posted by jakeharp View Post
Heres a link to my D60 work with some other pics and links that could help you out, having the right size hub nut socket helps tremendously also...
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...ized-drum.html
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...e-install.html
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...-oil-seal.html
Thanks for the helpful links. I have started to read through much of them. Which part#TIMKEN bearings did you end up using for this project?
 
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Thanks for the helpful links. I have started to read through much of them. Which part#TIMKEN bearings did you end up using for this project?

If your doing both sides ...
Timken SET38 x 4 (Bearing and Race)
Timken 4250 x 2 (Inner Seal)
 
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After doing some reached I had seen on these forums to use Timken LM104949 (Bearings) inner & outer and then Timken LM104911 (RACES). I am still waiting on the races to arrive, but if i have the incorrect parts that would be GREAT to know ahead of time.
In addition, does anyone know where I can score an inexpensive race driver? The set I have will not work (nothing big enough)
 
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If you're worried about having the correct parts in hand before you start the job, then I think you should get the napa rear lock washer instead of the dorman unit you have.
 
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Sorry I didn't clarify. The concern is on the bearing and race side of things. I ordered the p# I have seen from previous posts on here. However I am seeing from a previous post on this thread about ordering a SET38 instead. Was lust looking for some confirmation since many of you have done this multiple times and this is my first on this rear.
 
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Originally Posted by cjbronco View Post
Sorry I didn't clarify. The concern is on the bearing and race side of things. I ordered the p# I have seen from previous posts on here. However I am seeing from a previous post on this thread about ordering a SET38 instead. Was lust looking for some confirmation since many of you have done this multiple times and this is my first on this rear.
SET38 are the same bearings you listed just in a SET with the race so you dont have to buy them separately, its a very common bearing and race........ heres the match numbers from Timkens site..

Set Outer SET38 LM104949-LM104911
 
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I rented a set of bearing race drivers from O'Reilly's. The biggest one of the set was the perfect size.
 
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Rock Auto sells these in a 10 pack for $5 .I've got them on my next order. I think I paid $8 for two at Napa.
 
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