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instructions on welding rear diffs.

Hi, hope everyone is having lots of fun getting rerady for the x-mass hollidays.Does anybody know anywhere on the net for step by step instructions on welding up my rear diffs.is there anything on this site that I have overlooked?
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I'm not sure if these pictures will help, they are for mostly Dana axles. http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...hreadid=90524. Do a search on Pirate4x4, there's lots of tech stuff there.
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Re: instructions on welding rear diffs.

Another alternative is if you have a welding shop nearby some of them can fill your diff full of either lead or aluminium. My buddy had his done and I think it only cost him around $50.

If I'm not mistaken I think somebody was offering this on this board at one time.
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Re: instructions on welding rear diffs.

If you're needin' instructions----I don't think I'd try it. Sorry, Brad.
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Re: instructions on welding rear diffs.

Honestly, If you have a welder then pull the 3rd member out and you will see how it works and what you need to do to get it welded solid.

I pulled thecarrier out of the housing and separated the carrier. then welded the 3 remaining gears together then set the left over part back in place and everything was locked solid.

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Re: instructions on welding rear diffs.

That's great I was defentaly going to take it to a pro to do the welding.I just wanted to know what part to take him? the whole carrier or just the right and left case. [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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I blew up my zuke and it has a welded rear... might be a week before i pull it though to sell it off.. ill take pics its easy
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Before i do forget, i woudlndt recommend welding if its a daily driver for one reason only. It wears out the splines on the sidegears pretty quik. Mine were shot in 6 months. The only thing to do is replace the carrier since you welded it all up.
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Re: instructions on welding rear diffs.

Thanks dave I would be greatfull for any pics.I have 5 days to wait for my toyota carb to arrive.I may look at going in to the diff kind of scary lol. [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
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Re: instructions on welding rear diffs.

that was me put i dont fell them no more

you can get a spool and its alot less time to setup
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