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1933 8-105 Front Axle

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07 May 2021 20:02 #43092 by pete kelly
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I must correct myself again.
I found another front axle, 8 cyl SALON with 3/4" king pins and the axle has holes it it where the bijur fittings were, (since replaced with oil cups here)
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07 May 2021 20:32 #43093 by pete kelly
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Axle # is E61807

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09 May 2021 02:36 #43096 by DONALD.ELMER
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After double checking my axle, I think that is the part number. Does this mean that this front axle center is a standard 1933 8-105 part? I believe that I read that the correct center was a D1046.

So I'm still confused.

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09 May 2021 02:56 #43097 by Justin Kerns
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Yes Don it appears you have the correct axle. And the bijur fittings should clear the brake hoses if they thread into the axle at angle and you route the lines immediately down and away from the brake hose like shown in the photos I posted.

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09 May 2021 06:07 #43099 by DONALD.ELMER
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There doesn't seem to be a way to insert the Bijur fitting except directly down into the king pin... I will have to double check this tomorrow.

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09 May 2021 11:42 #43101 by pete kelly
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What we are saying is that the bijur fitting is threaded into the axle on an angle, not onto the king pin. Your axle should have a hole in each end for that.
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