Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Chrysler 8-3/4 "rear axle Guide

Diagram illustrates 8-3/4 ". The peak is 66-72, and the body. and the other two are longer axles, reminiscent, in General, (b) and (c) the body and truck axles. (C) the body and the truck axle may be shortened and resplined machine-shop, but it is important to note that not all of the C-body/Truck axles are created equally.

The upper axle shows that in the place where the new splines (26% quot% microdisks from the bearing a plate at the end of the axle, see measurement of # 2 in the diagram) outside diameter (OD) must be greater than FROM the curve must be. Shows how much lower axle half-60 is the axle taper as they are close to splines, these cannot be used as short axle and the body

Chrysler 8-3/4 "rear axle Assembly was introduced in 1957. It is a banjo-type (Hotchkiss), i.e.. the differential is contained in the Assembly of the removable carrier. Axle has a diameter of 8-3/4 "ring device. There are three basic types of available distinguished by their drive pinion, stem diameter. 8-3/4 "Axle axle Assembly was primary used in most lines of the car to 1972