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Axle Components

Axles for your Construction Vehicles

To keep your equipment moving in the right direction, ConEquip offers a wide variety of axle components in order to accommodate for many different manufacturers and types of equipment. We supply axle components for equipment such as wheel loaders, backhoes, off road trucks, scrapers, graders, and many more. Different styles of equipment are composed of different axle assemblies, but luckily for you ConEquip employs expert parts specialists that can help you service any axle composition your machine may have. Let us use our access to our World of Parts to locate and ship the parts you need right to your doorstep as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Our hope is to get your equipment up and running quickly, so for the fastest solution to your axle problems contact ConEquip by submitting a Parts Quote request online, or by calling one of our trained parts specialists directly.

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The axle is actually going like this really fast and the reducer says... (BOOM) Excuse me, let me axle you a question. I'm Ben with ConEquip 101. Today we are going to be talking about front axle four-wheel drive assemblies. This particular baby that we got here is for a case 580L, SL, series II, 570XL, a few different models this one faith, fix, fits! So, if you can see, one of the main problems that happens on these is the swivel. Ain't one over here. Don't know if you pick that out yet but we're missing a swivel. The bottom side of the housing is cracked where the kingpin goes through. Totally missing. Cracks this piece off here, your whole tire thing just falls apart and then you're done stuck in the mud! Okay? So the axle is what sticks inside the swivel and, as you can see, just has some spider joints, universal joints inside. Gotta be careful, there's a lot of gear oil in here and make sure that also is something that you are checking. Making sure that the splines are still all intact and good, there's no chips on it. So it looks like the differential on the inside probably is good. There's no shavings. This would be the outer part for the swivel. So, that's how they work, they got to have a little bit of play for the swivel. This is how Case designed this one. So no one has, Carrero designed this one. We can slider back in there. There's some seals on the end. Oh, yeah mm-hmm, very, very important to make sure that your machine is greased all the time. There's grease points throughout the machine. Typically the manufacturer, when you buy it from Case, brand-new or, you can order them online too, will give you all the greasing points in there. Super duper important unless you want to spend thousands of dollars getting this fixed up here. Again, ConEquip can help you. So this is the core that we got back. Housing is complete junk. And even bent the steering cylinder. Here's a steering cylinder for both sides. Bent the rod on it so that's junk. We got the center pivot point. There's some bushings inside both ends here, big pin that goes through, allows the front axle to oscillate a little bit. Grease points on here as well. This is what it should look like when it's all together. Swivel is all assembled on here, the planetary gears, ring gears inside here, carrier all that stuff. This is what actually makes and turns your tire. So we have an axle shaft and it goes all the way through here into the differential section which is right in the middle here. This is what makes four-wheel drive. Drive shaft goes to the transmission, comes into here and do your differential. Differential goes out to the axles, bunch of different planetary gears in here also known as reduction assembly. The axle is actually going like this really fast and the reducer's like, (inaudible) And then the reducer's like, "hey, I need to slow down! That's how all this stuff works. People who figured out the ratios have a much better degree than I do so hey, we all work together and make stuff for you guys. but I wanted to point out the swivel because it's very important. A lot of pieces in that. I'm gonna grab the other end. (CARRIES HEAVY PART TO THE TABLE) Be nice if your cousin helped you carry it over, I don't know if anybody heard him ask, I didn't either. You need some help? Steve: My hands are clean! I wonder why? So, here is the swivel turned on its side. Axle, gets put in the center here. Again, all the gears are inside here rotating everything. And then here's kingpins, people... ball joints, kind of just depends on the manufacturer. So you got the ball joints in here. These are bolt on and they wear, everything wears. It's all steel, okay? Again, with this one go on top here and it just wore out, cracked. That was the end of that. Grease points. Very important to get done here. Rim goes on here, rim and tire assembly and right inside here, inside the hub, is all the planetary gears and so forth like that is reducing everything down. And then this little piece up top here is where your steering goes in. Tie rod ends go inside. Bolt. Sometimes parts inside the differential go bad and your housings, okay, can definitely can get the internal components for you on that. Steering cylinders, hey, they start leaking. There are seal kits. Sometimes they get bent. You guys run over rocks maybe you didn't see and it tweaks just a little bit. Sometimes these rods, the tie rods, you can see this one's actually been replaced before versus the OEM one. Probably bought it at ConEquip. Just a thought, why wouldn't they? Or the whole axle, or the whole steering assembly itself. This is a very important piece to your machine, people. You need to take care of it. Handful of items that we can provide for you for this axle assembly; any of the steering components, tie rods, tie rod ends, we have just the swivel housings, internal component gears, planetaries, and so forth. All the axles that run through here. The u-joints and so forth that couple the axles together. Differential parts. We've got those available. Pin and bushings that you might need. We got the ball joints, kingpins, and on some of the other machines too. We've got it available for you. Got a cracked housing? We sell them as well. So that's it for ConEquip 101. Let me axle you one question. When you need parts for your front axle assembly, who you gonna call?

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