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Old 02-07-2007, 02:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Axle Identification

anyone help me out in figure out what I have here . . . 10 lug and the planetaries are 17 1/2 inches across






numbers that I have found on it . . on the back of all 4 wheel fanges is LCC1 and 106740 and a B with a circle around it . . . on the axle tube of the non steer axle there is 10_229 where the space is the number is smashed maybe 6 or 8 or something . . and then on the bolt on steering arm (bolts on the top with 4 bolts and tierod goes to) has 106289

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Old 02-07-2007, 02:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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an unbreakable axle...
sh!t what did thoes come out of?
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Clark tractor? Those are planetary housings from an implement with dry brakes. Could be a tractor, a crane, something. Definitely off highway, and probably heavier than shit.
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Clark tractor? Those are planetary housings from an implement with dry brakes. Could be a tractor, a crane, something. Definitely off highway, and probably heavier than shit.
well on my f350 tow truck with extendable boom, and it extended and picking one up at a time front wheels almost come off the ground . . so yeah I'd say they are heavy .. . also they are 8 and half feet wide from end of planitary to the other . .
and I don't know what they came out of that's why I'm trying to identify em . . needa find wheels for em and if I need any parts . .
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So where did you get these?

You should be able to find wheels that fit this at an implement shop, but I'd say that you'll probably be going custom, and I mean VERY custom, in that you'll likely want to make your own centers and weld them into wheel shells.... which is really very straightforward, FYI.

Um, so am I under the correct impression that you are going to use these for something?
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So where did you get these?

You should be able to find wheels that fit this at an implement shop, but I'd say that you'll probably be going custom, and I mean VERY custom, in that you'll likely want to make your own centers and weld them into wheel shells.... which is really very straightforward, FYI.

Um, so am I under the correct impression that you are going to use these for something?
yeah I found a wheel that'll fit over the planitary . . but lug pattern is aobut half inch to small . . so probably will have to get centers made. . 25 inch wheels . . and yeah I plan on using em on my chevy truck

here is the one wheel that I have that don't exactly fit . . in comparisson to the 38.5x16x16.5 TSL . . .


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so, you lifted one with a davit crane on the back of your F350 and you said it lifted the front tires off the ground... and you're going to use these on an offroad vehicle? I'm not sure I get it... going for bulletproof is one thing, but going for USS Ronald Reagan's ship anchor is quite another...
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They might be heavy, but you know you won't break them. Know what they have for gears?
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those look very similar to what the monster trucks are running. Those may be a wee bit heavier tho.
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what in the hell size tires are you planning to run? 66 in. terra's ? i think that would be minimum for that axle. otherwise get some 2.5 rock's with 2 in. shafts or u 1300's and call it good. good luck
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The 2 things that they may of come out of that i would think would be either an airport tug or a fwa tractor. The wheel type and shear size suggest a larger fwa (front wheel assist) tractor.
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I would think they would be geared too low to be useful in an offroad truck.
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I plan on using em on my chevy truck
Need pics of them installed for sure!


I'd check Eaton web page, seach for numbers and call the tech line. If they didn't make them they might have bought the company that did.
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They look really heavy... like 1,500 - 1,800 lb each heavy.

Lets see the truck they're going under and what are you going to be doing with it? Im guessing mud

BTW.. Is that an old military winch on your trailer? It looks similar , but slighty smaller , to a 20,000 lb winch I have that came off of a 5 ton cargo.
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I'd try ZF axles as well.
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They look really heavy... like 1,500 - 1,800 lb each heavy.

Lets see the truck they're going under and what are you going to be doing with it? Im guessing mud

BTW.. Is that an old military winch on your trailer? It looks similar , but slighty smaller , to a 20,000 lb winch I have that came off of a 5 ton cargo.
lets see . . . not sure what gears are en em . . was thinking babout pulling the planitaries apart check that gear and pulling the 3rd member out and finding out the gear there, and what size axle shafts. . but dunno if i'd ever get it back togeather lol . . . . a guy I know runs wild hair monster truck and he's running like 5.87 in the third member and 3 to one at the wheels so if it's close to that I'll be happy . . . also his planateries are only 13 1/2 inches acrros so mine are 4 inches larger across . . . .and yeah heard the f106 ps115 combo alot of the monster trucks run weight 1500 - 2000 lbs but heard up to 2500 lbs a peice as well . . . thinking of running either 69 - 73 tall tires. . .probably play mostly in the mud . . . .
also I got em because I got tired of braking my dana 44 front with 44x18.50 tsls . . . you think I went overboard? . lol . .
as for the winch not sure what size . .either 20 or 40k . . . looks real simular to the ones on my f600 wrecker which are dual 40's . . . all 3 are chain driven . .and the winch on the trailer use to have 3/4 cable on it but was barely enought to reach the back of the trailer so took and spooled up about 350 ft of 3/8's

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also I got em because I got tired of braking my dana 44 front with 44x18.50 tsls . . . you think I went overboard? . lol . .
No. I mean, you could have found the axles on that big ass movable island that transports the Space Shuttle from scaffolding to launch pad. I'm sure those are just a little bigger.

Seriously, these will require, IMO, tires in the 50"+ range at the minimum, and possibly 60" range.

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No. I mean, you could have found the axles on that big ass movable island that transports the Space Shuttle from scaffolding to launch pad. I'm sure those are just a little bigger.

Seriously, these will require, IMO, tires in the 50"+ range at the minimum, and possibly 60" range.

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like I said . .atleast 66 but was eyeing some 69's or maybe even 73's would be sweet . . lol
btw best I can figure so far they are aobut 20 ton axles *shrugs* . .

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... going for bulletproof is one thing, but going for USS Ronald Reagan's ship anchor is quite another...
That'll end up on someone's sig line....
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That'll end up on someone's sig line....
lol hey big enought tires and will float and tug-a-war with a ship . .
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