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26Willys

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  1. The rear end is completely out of the car. I have the pinion nut off, but I haven't been able to get the pinion gear off. I might try some heat since the gear is junk anyway.
  2. Thanks! This helps a lot. Just to be sure when you say outer nut are you talking about the one towards the rear of the car? How did you get the pinion gear off to get the bearing out?
  3. Thanks for the replies. I didn't try too hard with the punch and hammer. It had right hand threads, and it moves in the correct direction. It feels like the threads are damaged, but I can't see where. Depending on if I can get another retainer, I do have a method that will get this thing out. Thanks for the comments on the website. I haven't updated that thing for about 4 years. I need to get some better pictures without the dust. By the way does anyone know where I would find a good ring and pinion? I already tried Romar. Thanks
  4. I'm taking apart my rear axle to replace a chipped ring and pinion. I have the carrier out, and now I'm trying to get the pinion and driveshaft out. My understanding is that I need to screw the two castle shaped retainers towards the rear of the car. Is this correct? The retainer towards the front of the car will turn but slowly get tighter until it can't be turned even with a punch and hammer. The retainer towards the rear of the car will turn easily. Anyone have any suggestions?
  5. I'm looking for a good working speedometer and oil pressure gauge for a 1921 Dodge. The speedometer is a Johns-Manville model 115h.
  6. 1926 Willys-Overland Whippet partially restored. Body has all new wood. No interior. Runs and drives, all lights and gauges work. Comes with extra parts and a set of full sized blueprints. Located in Mt. Solon, VA $6000 wcprops@vt.edu
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