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Old 03-26-2016, 03:00 PM
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axle reboot mandrel

Does anyone have the dimensions of the 116 589 15 15 00 installation/removal tool? Its what is used to install the spider onto the axle, and it has a shoulder so the spider only goes down to a certain depth. Of course I didn't measure mine before I took it off. Alternately, if someone has a second version 123/126 axle (the kind without the lock ring) laying around with the "can" removed, I'd appreciate the measurement from the end of the spider to the end of the axle.

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Old 03-27-2016, 11:46 PM
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Does anyone have the dimensions of the 116 589 15 15 00 installation/removal tool? Its what is used to install the spider onto the axle, and it has a shoulder so the spider only goes down to a certain depth. Of course I didn't measure mine before I took it off. Alternately, if someone has a second version 123/126 axle (the kind without the lock ring) laying around with the "can" removed, I'd appreciate the measurement from the end of the spider to the end of the axle.
Just fit it so the splines are just at the end like this =>



(From this thread => Looking for a part that goes within my W123 300D axle )
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Old 03-27-2016, 11:47 PM
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I did make my versions of those tools but I can't find the PDFs of the drawings I made for the machine shop.

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