Today I started into a Dana 27 I have which has a lunchbox in it. I pulled the yoke off of it (the pinion shaft seems a little loose, but I didn't have play when the yoke was on it... need more inspect when I pull the seal). Parts I'd wrangled up along the way: Pinion seal Warn premium hub 'service kit' (runs about $35 or so) seal for axle cover 2" brake shoes, etc. for the front (and rears) wheel cylinders Pulled the hub off one side, and well, there was no 'puddin'... hmm, I thought closed knuckles needed pudding, after all, there's a filler for it. some mild rust but not a lot. Axle (drivers - long side) is in good shape. the filler on the first hub had a chunk out of it, needs to be ground down a little. First 'the parts list' I found I have to have after I was in there: Timken LM510349 (bearing - qty 4) Timken LM510310 (race - qty 4) Timken 11590 (kingpin bearing - qty 4) Timken 11520 (kingpin race - qty 4) Going to replace the universals in the axles. I gotta look up the part number. Big-ol-Rust-party on side number 2. So much so, I'll have to blast the rust off just to get to the caps on the universals. Grrr. didn't affect the splines at either end, just the universal. Picts to follow... SO let's get this thing going: "the good side": "The Bad" ... I'll was pretty disgusted at this point I guess, and stopped photos. I'll take a few more tomorrow evening as I work this axle over.