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  1. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    Thanks for posting the pictures, good job. http://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?63075-Gama-Goat-Transfer-Case-and-Front-Differential-Change
  2. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    I had the same experience when I bled my brakes. I strapped them like you did to do the initial bleeding, I wanted to see if anything was leaking before I put the drum on. I then put the drum on, adjusted the brake shoes, then re bled them through the hole in the drum. I used a Craftsman...
  3. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    That is the factory throttle rod/linkage. I had to bend mine in a couple of different places to make it operate freely. That is a air pump that atomizes diesel into the air box for the cold start.
  4. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    Wheel bearing seals...
  5. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    Looks great, I'm having flashback.
  6. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    OK, I will have a medium flat rate box headed down under soon, have parts coming in from different SS members, any one else want to send something to help out you can pm me and ship them to me to forward. Shipping is 5x more expensive so I am trying to get all I can in the box.
  7. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    The hose has a 90 degree swivel on the end that directly screws into the top of the hub. I think it is a 1/4" pipe thread.
  8. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    Thanks for stepping in Mark, looks like there will be two packages headed down under from "Mark".
  9. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    OK, well PM me your address so I can ship the bearing seals.
  10. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    I don't have any extra lift rings, how about the other owners on here ?
  11. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    Do you need the ring on the side of the body or one of the top corners ?
  12. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    I have these 3 seals taken out, the large one is what I call the wiper seal, and the inner and outer bearing seal. The inner seal has a few spots where I had to use a punch to get it off as it's driven on the end of the spindle. I'm sure you can flatten it back out. The rubber is all soft and...
  13. m38inmaine

    Another Aussie goat rescued

    Do you still need the bearing seals? I would be willing to pull one set from a hub I have.
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