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#16 Dieselcowboy OFFLINE  

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Posted March 24, 2012 - 06:08 PM

Has anyone had a panzer rear end apart? I am haveing trouble getting the hogs head separated from the main case. I was told the axles have to come out first but how?

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Posted March 25, 2012 - 11:54 AM

For all that restores a panzer and does not service the rear axle here's what your missing... 3/4" of sludge and water in the bottom. Glad I decided to learn how to pull this one apart.

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Posted March 26, 2012 - 04:33 PM

Wowza, thats a lot of crap in there I didnt go this far into mine cause it stayed in a barn its whole life. Nice job though its nice to see the inside of that diff.

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Posted March 26, 2012 - 08:56 PM

Some cool info that I have stumbled upon by rebuilding this rear end. Going through Napa and crossing the seals and bearings there are only 2 cars that are consistently on every part interchange list: 1957 Dodge Windsor and a Cornet. So my axle is from either one of these cars. Kinda neat to narrow it down. Hopefully the frame will be going to the blasting shop this week. Then we can start going back up after only 3 weeks.
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