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    Got the engine back in a few nights ago. Had a little delay because the starter on the forklift went out and I had to replace it so I could pick up the engine. I ran in to a small problem. Like a dummy I didn't take good pictures of everything before I started taking two trucks apart and now I have a line I don't know where goes. It's the smaller of the two lines on the breather pipe that goes to the ground. I thought when I hooked everything up it would be really obvious but no luck. Any ideas?

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    Do you know the part number of the socket you got from NAPA? Did you figure out where the line went? I could not exactly tell what line you needed info on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redpawn View Post
    Got the engine back in a few nights ago. Had a little delay because the starter on the forklift went out and I had to replace it so I could pick up the engine. I ran in to a small problem. Like a dummy I didn't take good pictures of everything before I started taking two trucks apart and now I have a line I don't know where goes. It's the smaller of the two lines on the breather pipe that goes to the ground. I thought when I hooked everything up it would be really obvious but no luck. Any ideas?

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    SETOYOTA The socket is a Carlyle part number 61-4046

    Jeepsinker Your saying the smaller one should run all the way back to the vent on the fuel sending unit? I took all lines off the frame of the M35 and it had the small line coming off the fuel sending unit going to a t fitting in the line running from the air pack to the breather. I.E. the one I have hooked up in the picture. Should I take the t fitting out and run it all the way to the breather or just plug the line in the breather?

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    While putting all the shifters back in I found my transfer case PTO would not engage. I pulled the linkage off and tried to engage it and still nothing. So I printed the manual and pulled the PTO off to rebuild it. Found the problem pretty quick. Some one had been in it before and did not tighten the set screw for the shift fork and put it on backwards. I decided new bearings and seal would be a good idea. The problem now is new bearings are tighter and I don't have enough shims to re shim it properly. I can find the shims for the transmission PTO but not the ones for the transfer case PTO. Anyone know where to get them or do I have to make my own?

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    Try Memphis equipment .
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    No luck. I've checked boyce equipment, eastern surplus, big mikes motor pool,those military guys, eriks military surplus and now memphis. The only one who had anything at all was eastern and all they have is a complete unit. Looks like I might be making my own shims.

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    Did you try seco in Augusta Ga ?
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    It looks like the're parts catalog is down right now.

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    Since no shims could be found I just made a new one. Here's my shim and the newly rebuilt PTO. Has anyone ever seen a Ramsey PTO for a deuce? I have one on a case that I took out of a truck I scrapped but I haven't been able to find any info on it.

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