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I had a problem with mine and i used stage eight locking fasteners for the Dana 60 front. It worked and the drivers side bearings and seales dont leak anymore. Stage 8 Off Road Fasteners | Locking Fastener Hope this helps it defenitly made my life easier.
I torqued my axel nut to 30lbs, I tried what the manuel said but it was to loose after I backed off the nut. I tighten the nut till the drum is hard to turn then loosen it and then tighten it to 30lbs.
hope this helps
92 W250 ex cab in need of some work
Torque is 120-140 ft. lbs. then i'll rotate the drum and smack it with a rubber mallet on the edge and check torque again. If it moved i'll repeat and if it didn't move back nut off about 1/4 turn and spin drum to see if it spins ok.
92 D250 custom made bed, 190 inj., 16cm , electric cooling fan, 2nd gen air horn, 5spd., Dana 61 3.31 gears, 1 stage W/M set up
97 2500 4X4 auto DDP 40 HP injectors, no 8 fuel plate, homemade 3" intake horn, BD converter, BHAF, electric cooling fan
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