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  1. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Hey guys!! It's been awhile since I've been on here. So, unfortunately I have to leave the 300 outside for the winter. I just had spine surgery and won't be able to do any work on her til spring. Any ideas what I can do to cover it up properly for the winter?? I'm on a strict budget and...
  2. AlVal74

    '68 300

    So I think I need to remove that linkage, disconnect from pedal, then try to make something to mount the new booster direct to the firewall. Correct or no?
  3. AlVal74

    '68 300

    I REALLY need some help!!! I got a bendix booster rebuilt from booster Dewey. Got it back, went to install and nothing is even close. Do I need to take it (mounting plate, etc) apart more? Get a different plate? I am completely lost with this brake system. I tried to research it but found only...
  4. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Suspension is done. Back on all fours!!
  5. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Can someone please help me with the orientation of these??? I'm lost again. If someone has a pic that'd be awesome.
  6. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Awesome. Thanks
  7. AlVal74

    '68 300

    So I'm replacing the entire brake system and was curious if I can bleed the system and use it even though it's power brakes with no power(electrical and motor disassembled)? Or do I need to wait til I have vacuum again? Might be a dumb question but I'm still learning. Thanks guys
  8. AlVal74

    '68 300

    2
  9. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Rear axle with new leafs and kybs finally reinstalled!!
  10. AlVal74

    '68 300

    So, the rear axle is finally ready!! Now onto the drives shaft... anyone know what size universal joint replacements I should use? I hear spicers are pretty decent. Also was thinking of doing the new exhaust while this is all out of the way. Thoughts?
  11. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Thanks very much for the information/videos. When I get a chance to get back at it (working heavy overtime) I'll try all those things. Thanks again.
  12. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Yep, took it all out of the case. Cleaned, replaced in what I am almost sure was the same way. Made sure all parts stayed on the same side, marked em where they were and rematched it all up. Did not remove pinion races or shims
  13. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Nope, im saying that after its all back together, it all seems perfectly fine ( turns, no abnormal noise, good backlash, etc). As soon as I put on the crush washer and nut and tighten em down, they're fine until it hits a certain spot, then seems to tighten the pinion gear so that it locks up...
  14. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Nope. Informative but no.
  15. AlVal74

    '68 300

    I did not remove the shims. I only took apart the adjusters, bearings and races.i kept all the races in the case in place (I knew I wasn't going to replace anything, yet). Thats it, cleaned up as few individual parts as I could. Replaced the seal and gasket. The crush washer before the pinion...
  16. AlVal74

    '68 300

    I'm really sorry about all these posts guys, just trying to make sense of all this. So, ill try to explain what I got. With the pinion held in place(hand holding it), both axles spin in same direction( either forwards or backwards). With the pinion free, if I spin either axle the pinion turns...
  17. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Also, with it all together, when I spin the pinion the axles (wheels) turn, but if I spin the axles the pinion doesn't. Shoulda never touched it.
  18. AlVal74

    '68 300

    I only tried to go to 240 because thats what the manual says. But I don't need to?
  19. AlVal74

    '68 300

    I wasn't able to get the full 240 on it. Not even close to be honest. I guess I should mention that the whole axle is out on stands. I stopped tightening when it stopped moving. The number on the case is 2070742.
  20. AlVal74

    '68 300

    Ok I'm having an issue. I had the rear diff apart and cleaned it up. I put it back together exactly like it was (made marks, took pics, and did all the backlash requirements etc.) When I go to put the 240 ft/lbs torque on the pinion flange nut, it pretty much stops the pinion from turning at...
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