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Re: 1936 differential parts [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1311167
Sun May 19 2019 05:16 PM
Sun May 19 2019 05:16 PM
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1935Masterdeluxe  Offline OP
New Guy
Joined: Feb 2019
Posts: 15
California
Sorry, didn't mean to hold out. Its, a master deluxe. I took out rear end to convert it to hydraulic brakes. I got a complete rear end off a 36 Chevy master and placed it in the 35. Found out it was missing the gear shaft and the block.

Re: 1936 differential parts [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1311182
Sun May 19 2019 08:00 PM
Sun May 19 2019 08:00 PM
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Mike B  Offline
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Joined: Mar 2004
Posts: 3,707
Hughesville, MD
Thanks for clearing this up!

The internal parts for the EA (1935) and FA (1936) rears are the same, so take the existing EA axle apart and swap the missing parts into the FA.

Note, the axle shaft spacer block needs to be checked for clearance with the axles installed and can't have a gap larger than .014". If the gap is larger then that there were larger blocks made to reduce the gap (but finding those won't be fun). This keeps the axle "C" clips from falling out and releasing the axle from the housing while driving down the road!

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Re: 1936 differential parts [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1311207
Sun May 19 2019 11:49 PM
Sun May 19 2019 11:49 PM
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1935Masterdeluxe  Offline OP
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California
Thank you Mike, for your information. Unfortunately I scrape the 35 rear end cause the guy I got it from said it was complete. So now I'm looking

Re: 1936 differential parts [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1311258
Mon May 20 2019 02:54 PM
Mon May 20 2019 02:54 PM
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Mike B  Offline
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Shaft p/n 369964 1933-36 (.80" OD x 5.4" Long)

Spacer p/n 370217 1933-36 (Standard size), 1.1485"

Spacer p/n 372515 1933-36 (Wide size), ground on all 4 sides to 1.1575" and 1.1675"

Mic the space between the axles so you know which spacer to look for, remember you can have up to .014" clearance, but no more.

Mike B smile









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Re: 1936 differential parts [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1311721
Fri May 24 2019 12:55 AM
Fri May 24 2019 12:55 AM
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1935Masterdeluxe  Offline OP
New Guy
Joined: Feb 2019
Posts: 15
California
I would like too thank everyone for there input
, help and most of all information. George was able too help me find the needle in the hay stack..

Thank you

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