Got into it yesterday. Found the left differential to be full of acorns and water, also the brake drum was missing key and set screw, it just freewheeled. The right differential is in better shape and the brake drum here is worn paper thin. Ron you were right, I got to find a press to get the bearings off. Big Dog, your right on about the wedges, they help. Need to get a couple of new bearings, a new brake drum and a bunch of new bolts. One tire was just normal, the other, left one was found to be full of liquid and has a wheel weight, must have been the furrow wheel. Need new tires anyhow so we can take care of that, anyone need a pretty good used tire. Surprised how simple it all is once you start breaking it down, washed everything in Kerosene and put it all in seperate piles and plastic bags.
Helper is a 15 year old that I have been working for the last several years around the farm, big kid, hard worker and is one of those who's daddy raised right, can do just about anything, from breaking a colt to taking a cub apart. We follow the young man for work, old man for advise slogan found on this board. Also the old man hops in the truck and goes after parts and tools that are suddenly needed.
Sure, this is a little more than I thought it would be but once it is done I will be way ahead, at least I will have brakes again. Thanks again to everyone on the board for their help, would and could not have done this if it wasn't for you guys.