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What kind of rear end is this?


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Default What kind of rear end is this?

This rear end is in my dozer. You can see pictures and info at this link. http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=63300
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Default Re: What kind of rear end is this?

Almost looks Dana'ish, or Spicer for that matter. Kinda like the 1 ton pickup truck stuff.
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Default Re: What kind of rear end is this?

Well my suggestion was going to be be that if you have a Victor gasket catalog or at least one say 10 years old they used to have a picture of gaskets for truck rear ends. Then you could match the picture with yours and see what you have. I also looked in an older Motors Truck book and for the Studebaker rear ends it hints they were Spicer (Dana) units. It also said for the larger units go to either the Rockwell (Timken) or Eaton axles sections in the manual.
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Default Re: What kind of rear end is this?

it looks like it could be out of a older ih scout built in the 60s or a american motors the way the hubs look.
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Default Re: What kind of rear end is this?

Can't speak to older or newer Victors, but my Victor Gasket Guide #12, May, 1938, appears limited to illustrations of selected engine gaskets only.
That catalog lists first Victor Gasket Guide as 11-1922 issue,, with subsequent issues in 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34 and 36. Sounds like they slowed down in the Depression; I assume they went back to annual issues later.
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Default Re: What kind of rear end is this?

have you had the back cover off there should be a part number on the outside edge of the ring gear or inside on the flange were the ring gear bolts to the carer.if you have not had the rear cover off yet and the dozer has ben sitting if the grease is still in it th ring gear and pinion might be rusted at the grease leavel.
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Default Re: What kind of rear end is this?

Found out that the rear end is out of a 1954 Studebaker Champion. Of course it has been shortened. Thanks for the help.
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