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  1. Looking for a TGB13 rolling chassis with axles. Letar du efter ett TGB13 rullande chassi med axlar. Contact by PM
  2. To answer my own question, i researched and found the following: Item Volvo number OEM Needle bearing 183637-8 INA BK4520 Axle bearing 11017-1 SKF 6210 Inner wheel 183430-8 Timken JLM10498 + JLM104910 Outer wheel cup 183505-7 Timken JLM508748 Outer wheel cone 183506-5 Timken JLM508710
  3. Does anyone know if the wheel / portal axle bearings are available on the market (rather than OEM Tatanka) And if so, do you have part numbers? Thanks
  4. I would be interested if anyone here has a C303 in Switzlerland and your experience of registration , inspection and (if possible) modifications.
  5. Yes, these threads were a great inspiration for me too. p.s My power steering uses a Saginaw unit. It was done by the previous owner so i dont have any details. They have welded a mount onto the chassis. I'll take some pics later and try to find a part number.
  6. The standalone thing is relatively easy to do (once you have slogged through the loom and researched, which i have done for you). I'm not an expert on the motors, but you can ask questions on superturbodiesel.com, very useful site. The sump works fine, you have to change the oil pump to from a OM648, but it all drops on. The rear does not mate with the 722.6 as the holes dont line up, but i will adapt it.
  7. Of course, happy to share, thats why we are here. I'm currently writing up the procedure to use the OM606 in standalone.
  8. I don't know where it comes from, or what it costs as i got it for free from a friend
  9. The crossmember in place. I just need to add a bracket at the rear to support the transfer box.
  10. Hi Erik, Thanks for your compliments. The battery box is not above the prophshaft so it should clear with any upward motion. The compressor box has a clearance greater that the distance to the bump stop, also it is not above the highest part of the diff. So it should be ok... If its not i will modify.
  11. A bit of a long overdue update. Recent progress: - Installed marine cables for the transfer box high/low and the autobox selector. - Moved the battery box and OBA compressor between the chassis. -Transfer box tested in place, and crossmember constructed. Some pics: Crossmember Battery and compressor boxes Compressor box contents The lifting cab in action isolators & main fuses The custom manifold OBA tank New version dash panel
  12. I will modify my tube crossmember with a half cut out, to allow the transmission brake to fit. I will also make a bolted crossmember which will hang from the original gearbox mounts and run under the rear mount of the merc box, supporting it. I will also make a link bracket from here that supports the front of the transfer box.
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