LEO/FD HMMWV Check List & Part Numbers

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TedG

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Attention new m998/hmmwv owners:
I thought I remind new owners that as mentioned in this sticky, there is a control box and harness you do NOT want to use. The control box and harness is made by LAU and the harness is 6110-01-446-7124, #12379865. I have seen them for sale on e-a- and they should be avoided.
 

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I have been hunting for glow plugs for my 6.5L and have looked hi and low. No one seems to post a actual working numbers for a real 24V Glow Plug so I thought I would share my findings. Good luck with a parts store finding anything. I called the manufacturer and Wellman is sold under Diesel RX brand. The number is DRX00115 this has the bullet connector and is 24V anti swelling. This plug is not self regulating so it is possible to fry it. If you can find them the AC - 15G is the other correct number with the GM5614017 number for real 24V glow plugs. I do believe that the AC15G is discontinued you may find new old stock. The only manufacture that I can find still making 24V bullet connector glow plugs is Wellman/Diesel RX.

The numbers AC-62, 11, 9 may fit but to my understanding they are all 12V and will not work. I could be wrong... I believe these are all spade connectors so you would have to do some wiring conversion from bullet type connector to spade.

So find some DRX00115 for your HMMWV 24V system. I am pretty sure this is what people are selling.

Anyone know of other options with part numbers?
 

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I got my boots from O'Reilly Auto Parts last month when I had a tore boot. Look up boots for a 1993 to 1998 Mercury Villager they look exactly like stock and fit perfect. Now word of advice do not remove the outer joint as you will brake the snap ring on the outside of the shaft. These kits will not come with a new snap ring. The new boot kits form kascar or another HMMWV place will come with both snap rings in the outer boot kit. I got lucky and after going to 6 auto parts stores on guy had a set of axle half shaft snap rings collecting dust in the back and one worked. So disassemble the inner cv end and remove the boots by sliding the outer boot off the shaft that way. No broken snap rings and boots get fixed. You will need a CV strap clamper, the twist kind.

You can also buy new axles from your local Sturdavents Store
Right Front NCV82075 28 9/16"
EDIT: (I had the wrong number here. It is correct now) Left Front NCV82074 23 3/16"
Rear both NCV82999 26 1/2" Compressed

I personally know the rear from this company has to be 26 1/2" stock to work. I called the company and when they first started making these they were 2 inches long. So if you order a rear using this part number if it is really old stock in the warehouse it will be to long. Have them measure the compressed length of the half shaft first before they ship it to you. They are around $100 bucks plus shipping and new. Worked for my 89' M998.
 
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johnpp77

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I was looking through my notes and I found this. Inner Boot O'Reilly number 614-002, Outer Boot 614-001 These numbers should be correct for the Half shaft inner and outer boots.

EDIT: This is for the 10K half shaft not the HD ones.
 
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Other Items on my notes list. My Power Steering gear was leaking oil so I needed to change that out. I called everywhere and they could find them but no stock anywhere.
Power Steering Gear:
MasterPro 504-0107
AC Delco 3600167

Again I am not 100% sure anymore on these numbers but that's what was on my notes it that helps anyone.
 

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There’s one edit I would recommend. Although the wix51061 oil filter funtions, it does not have the anti drain back feature (back flow preventor). The wix 51060 has this feature. I’ve found the time for the oil pressure to pump up on startup is significantly longer with the 51061 filter after leaving overnight with 15w40 oil. I didn’t time it, but several seconds longer each start. Presumably, some oil drains back from the gallery. Not sure if this means my oil pressure regulator stuck? I see no reason to starve the oil pressure to the main/rod bearings if not needed. Given both are typically stocked at auto stores carrying wix, i’d only ever use the wix 51060 (if wix is your choice). The anti backflow in the 51060 holds the oil in the galleries, and oil pressure pumps up much faster.
 
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ken

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For V-belts with 4 belts and a 60AMP Gen.
PS Gates 7500
Alt Gates 7640.
For U-joints the front drive shaft on mine were smaller than the rear drive shaft. The bearing cup diameters are the same but the cross is shorter on the front shaft.
FRONT Spicer 5-5153X 3 EA
Carrier Bearing Spicer 211415X
Rear Spicer 5-213X
 

ken

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6.2 and 6.5 NA Exhaust flange donut gaskets:
Fel-Pro 60556 Manifold to Y-Pipe 2 Each
Fel-Pro 60718 Y-Pipe to muffler pipe. 1 Each.
 

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Can we roll these up into the top document? Can the top document state last updated? (I do this at work as well.)
 

ken

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Can we roll these up into the top document? Can the top document state last updated? (I do this at work as well.)
In the Duece section we have a spread sheet. It has helped me a lot over the years. If we had one for Humvees we could save a lot of time and money. If someone has already spent the time digging through the manual and knows a part number the next guy might save hours searching. It might also eliminate a lot posts asking for parts. And a lot of replies telling guys to read the manual.
 

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NCV82999 too long

I got my boots from O'Reilly Auto Parts last month when I had a tore boot. Look up boots for a 1993 to 1998 Mercury Villager they look exactly like stock and fit perfect. Now word of advice do not remove the outer joint as you will brake the snap ring on the outside of the shaft. These kits will not come with a new snap ring. The new boot kits form kascar or another HMMWV place will come with both snap rings in the outer boot kit. I got lucky and after going to 6 auto parts stores on guy had a set of axle half shaft snap rings collecting dust in the back and one worked. So disassemble the inner cv end and remove the boots by sliding the outer boot off the shaft that way. No broken snap rings and boots get fixed. You will need a CV strap clamper, the twist kind.

You can also buy new axles from your local Sturdavents Store
Right Front NCV82075 28 9/16"
EDIT: (I had the wrong number here. It is correct now) Left Front NCV82074 23 3/16"
Rear both NCV82999 26 1/2" Compressed

I personally know the rear from this company has to be 26 1/2" stock to work. I called the company and when they first started making these they were 2 inches long. So if you order a rear using this part number if it is really old stock in the warehouse it will be to long. Have them measure the compressed length of the half shaft first before they ship it to you. They are around $100 bucks plus shipping and new. Worked for my 89' M998.
I tried a pair of the NCV82999 rear halfshaft from Advanced Auto Parts for my 91 m998 and they are way too long. They are 28 7/8s compressed. I looked up the part number and all the manufacturers I can find online e, like GSP, show this length as correct. Any idea how these would fit in any Humvee\Hummer? Was there some change to the portals or something that would warrant such a long halfshaft for the rears?
Don't want to buy epay crap again, has been a complete waste of time and money.
 

steelwarriors

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I got my boots from O'Reilly Auto Parts last month when I had a tore boot. Look up boots for a 1993 to 1998 Mercury Villager they look exactly like stock and fit perfect. Now word of advice do not remove the outer joint as you will brake the snap ring on the outside of the shaft. These kits will not come with a new snap ring. The new boot kits form kascar or another HMMWV place will come with both snap rings in the outer boot kit. I got lucky and after going to 6 auto parts stores on guy had a set of axle half shaft snap rings collecting dust in the back and one worked. So disassemble the inner cv end and remove the boots by sliding the outer boot off the shaft that way. No broken snap rings and boots get fixed. You will need a CV strap clamper, the twist kind.

You can also buy new axles from your local Sturdavents Store
Right Front NCV82075 28 9/16"
EDIT: (I had the wrong number here. It is correct now) Left Front NCV82074 23 3/16"
Rear both NCV82999 26 1/2" Compressed

I personally know the rear from this company has to be 26 1/2" stock to work. I called the company and when they first started making these they were 2 inches long. So if you order a rear using this part number if it is really old stock in the warehouse it will be to long. Have them measure the compressed length of the half shaft first before they ship it to you. They are around $100 bucks plus shipping and new. Worked for my 89' M998.

Came here to get some info on the GSP Axles. I called them and SP Only sells the 8k variety. Found them on Summit for cheap and looks like they ship direct from GSP.
Front Left.NCV82074


Front Right
NCV82075


Rears
NCV82999

Those are the part numbers GSP gave me
 

mdes0

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My 91 came with 7k's, the replacements were supposed to be 10k's and did not fit. All the half shafts, 7, 10, and 12k's are the same length as far as I am aware. 7 and 10s are interchangeable with no mods and going with 12's requires changing the upper gear in the portal. I am no expert so I could be wrong but from everything I have read the compressed length for the rear half shafts is 26.5. The shafts I got with part number NCV82999 where 28 7/8.
 

ken

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I wonder if you got one that was boxed wrong. That has happened to me over the years. Did they refund your money? Replace it with the correct one? Wheat did you end up using?
My 91 came with 7k's, the replacements were supposed to be 10k's and did not fit. All the half shafts, 7, 10, and 12k's are the same length as far as I am aware. 7 and 10s are interchangeable with no mods and going with 12's requires changing the upper gear in the portal. I am no expert so I could be wrong but from everything I have read the compressed length for the rear half shafts is 26.5. The shafts I got with part number NCV82999 where 28 7/8.
 

StackJ

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The ones on the left are the correct Y to manifold gaskets (exhaust donuts). Fel Pro 60584. Previously mentioned donuts will not work - I bought them and tried. These are also cross-ref'd to a GM 454 engine if you want to know. How did we find them? The kid at Napa took the original to the stock room and physically matched. Thank goodness for guys like this.

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Thermostat- Delco 180* 12T6D $5 amazon
Tstat gasket- Fel Pro 35271 $1.5 Oreillys
Heater core 90* bend- Gates 27466 $8 amazon
Upper radiator hose- Gates 22301 $8 amazon
Wipers- Anco 51-11 $8 amazon (Have not verified fitment but look identical to OE)
Wipers- 11" Autozone "duralast" generic wiper. (Need to drill mounting pin to fit wiper mounting screw)
Windshield washer pump- Anco 67-23 $10 amazon. Comes with new tank / pump grommet. Spade connector inline with pump -. Connector perpendicular to pump +.
 
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