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    Does anyone know of any sources for the 416/419 axles? I don't need the chassis stuff but would buy a book like this, https://www.eurotruck-importers.com/...b8d577f28864a3 , if it has the info I need. Haven't had much luck finding sections just related to the axles, specifically the front steer axle.

    Working on several of these and figuring it out as I go but some documentation would be nice.

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    Have you looked in the German f-bay? There is just about anything you want, and sometimes in English. Just have to keep an eye out. Or in the British f-bay. Might be even better.

    The first time I tried the Brit Flea-bay, the first three entry's were showed two books. Didn't go any farther. They are there, just got to look.
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    Hadn't thought of that, good idea. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roktgr View Post
    Does anyone know of any sources for the 416/419 axles? I don't need the chassis stuff but would buy a book like this, https://www.eurotruck-importers.com/...b8d577f28864a3 , if it has the info I need. Haven't had much luck finding sections just related to the axles, specifically the front steer axle.
    Working on several of these and figuring it out as I go but some documentation would be nice.
    Are you aware all of the military service manuals and parts manuals are available free in PDF format? Numerous sources, including this very site.

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    I very well could have missed something but all of the manuals I have found have no information on the axles. Hydraulics and chassis lube points sure, but not what I need.

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    Parts manual TM5-2420-224-24P-1 has the axle diagrams starting on page 131. But you are correct, I am not seeing axle rebuild data in -10, -20, or -34. Weird. I believe the 419 axles are a hybrid of parts compared to the 416 axles on account of the higher vehicle weight. You may want to talk to an expert like Scott @ EI.

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    Thanks, that actually had some pretty good information that seemed to follow how our axles are coming apart so far. They are a bit different then the older drum brake axles the shop had worked with before.

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