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    Anyone have an extra front differential for a 1941 CCKW 352 with split axles. I moved on to the front end and discovered a missing left half shaft assemble as well as worn steering holes where the tie rod assembly pins go in. I might be able to repair some of it, but I at least need the half shaft. This truck has made my already gray hair even grayer.

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    The spring pad on the right side has three broken bolt in the threaded holes the other one is drilled out to 5/8 some one made u bolts to fit .

    Both axles are very good both packed with heavy grease
    All wheel bearings and inside of hubs look very good and full of grease
    Left side brake shoes are dry look good .
    Right side brake shoes wet with grease
    Both spindles looked good threads in good shape .
    All four wheel bearing nuts have had a chisel used on them they may clean up the m211 wheel bearing nuts have the same thread but they are thinner.
    Both hubs have damage from the wrong wheel studs being used .
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    Both hubs have the same wheel studs these go in from the wheel side and have a nut on the drum side and have no splines the only thing that keeps them from turning is the oval shape that goes in to the grove on the wheel side and that failed and let them turn .

    Maybe the right studs have splines and drive in from the back .
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