jack up truck
drain diff oil
remove back plate on diff
remove bolt and block that is visable inside diff housing
push axle in toward cetre of truck
remove C clip from inner end of axle
slide axle out
you may have to remove brake drums to do this
The Chevrolet suburban 1500 axle is interchangeable with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 axle. The manufacture year of the vehicles should be the same.
Hey the actuator is on the top side of the front right axle.
The Dodge ram 1500 pickup truck can be lubricated at the end of each axle. There are several lubrication points on the steering mechanisms.
It is on top of the center of the rear axle.
The 1500 4X4 went to the independent front axle in 2002. The 2500 and 3500 4X4's still have a solid front axle.
Maybe but it depends upon what you mean by "rear end". Do you mean the axle and axle housing or the body of the truck? Keep in mind a 2000 Silverado is a different generation than a 1997.
Try gmpartsdirect.com. Go to the catalog section and follow the prompts.
1 and 11/16 inch
There's no such thing as a one axle truck. There has to be a minimum of two axles. "Single axle" if a term referring to a truck with only a single drive axle, and doesn't count the steer axle. Same with "tandem axle", "tri axle", "quad axle", and "quint axle".
A tri-axle dump truck is a regular tandem dump truck (one steer axle and two drive axles) with an additional lift axle.
2002 - 2005 Ram 1500 will bolt in, but you need to match the correct ratio.
The 9.25 axle holds about 2.5 quarts. If you have limited slip you will need 4 ounces of additive.
Dually in a Chevrolet Dually vehicle refers to the dual rear wheels on the one axle of the truck. They can also have a fifth wheel which is used for towing heavy trailers.
First, remove the axle. Then, user a large screwdriver or a seal remover to remove the seal. Tap a new seal into place with a hammer. Reinstall the axle and fill the differential lubricant.
You need to be more specific about the configuration. Is a single axle straight truck, a tandem axle straight truck, a tandem axle straight truck with additional lift axles, a tractor trailer...?
Front axle is 75w90 Trasnfer case is ATF+4
The axle of the truck broke.
36 mm. Torque 103ft pounds.
From the center of steer axle to center of rear axle on trailer. If you want just the truck it's the center of steer axle to center of rear drive axle.
how many cubic meters does a tri axle dump truck hold
No way to answer without knowing model. You could referring to anything from an S10 all the way to a tandem axle Top Kick.
It's a dump truck with four axles--the steer axle in front and three axles in back. One of them moves up and down via a control in the cab, so the tires aren't on the road if the truck's not loaded. A tri-axle dump truck carries more weight than a one-axle or two-axle truck.
#1 axle is the steer axle, #2 axle is the front drive axle, #3 axle is the rear drive axle.
Remove tire/caliper/rotor/tie rod/ball joint/pull steering arm back/ pull cv axle back towards diff and remove from steering arm/then just pull it straight out ofintermdiate shaft/thats it/ do the reverse for install/ just did it on my truck twice/PEACE