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Thanks... I forgot about this.

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yeah so it's more of a regergitation than anything but the info was wiped out. Anyway the axles came out of this thing

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Front diff

ITL SD 70 ptr
Performance
Dynamic Load Capacity: 7000 Kg (15400 lbs)
Static Load Capacity: 21000 Kg (46300 lbs)
Maximum Torque Output
Continuous: 14000 Nm
Intermittent: 42000 Nm
Lock Angle 38 Degrees
Available axle ratios: 13.7
15.78
18.16
24.97
Axles available with multi-plate oil immersed brakes.
Optional limited slip differential




Rear axle

ITL SD55 PTR
Performance
Dynamic Load Capacity: 5500 Kg (12100 lbs)
Static Load Capacity: 16500 Kg (36400 lbs)
Maximum Torque Output
Continuous: 9700 Nm
Intermittent: 29000 Nm
Lock Angle: 52 Degrees
Available axles ratios: 10.46
12.24
Axles available with multi-plate oil immersed brakes.
Optional limited slip differential.


Most people put the stronger diff in the front but thinking about it a loader carries all of it's weight up front. Thinking more everything I hit pounds the front end and the rear glides over so I decided the big gun should go in the again. There was a ton of disagreement over that.

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wow, I forgot about all that went into those diffs. refreshes and blows my mind at the same time

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The only two failures we've had to date with the diffs were the pinion bearing coming apart and the sun gear exploding.

The pinion bearing failed we think because the bearing cage was damaged when it was reassembled. We're not sure how long it was gone, the only reason we noticed was because the brake chewed itself up.

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This happened at a local show so we brought it back to the shop pulled the diff apart, made an aluminum spacer in plae of the bearing (because we couldn't get one that night) Slapped it back together and put on a great show the next day. Never even scored a gear. Being center pinion, not offset high or low, there is way less thrust or force put on the pinion. Again just a way superior set up.

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I found more shots

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Erin 6 months pregnant with Tatum helping prep for ttc 08
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Haha I love this one. I stole Deanos Vette to go grab beer to keep the troops motivated.

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unreal amount of work went into those axles

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yup and no one gave credit to the work they just said money built them. No money just hours of labour. I have to thank everyone that helped.

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Incredible pieces. I can't imagine the time you spent on them.
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Love the way you started people opening their eyes, you don't need Dana 60 stuff, or Rockwell, or meritorious, or axle techs or any of the fancy stuff. Beef does the trick. I still love these diffs




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