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Old 02-28-2021, 11:45 AM
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Best guess on what these are from??

Going through boxes of parts from decades of jeeping and ran across a bunch of hubs I've had for..., well..., decades.



First best guess gets a micro-brew at a Jeep function we happen to both attend (warning - last one I was at was the Ouray Uninvasion in 2003..., but if you're cruising through Colorado's Front Range, I'll meet and make good on it..)






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Old 03-01-2021, 10:43 AM
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Dana 44 closed knuckle has 19 splines IIRC.
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Old 03-02-2021, 10:55 AM
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Dana 44 closed knuckle has 19 splines IIRC.




These may not even be from a Jeep. Someone years ago said they might be from a land cruiser...
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Old 03-02-2021, 11:16 AM
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If you send all the specs (spline count, diameter bolt spacing) to Spectre off road, they may be able to identify. They show a set in toyota coarse spline. Were also made for early GM's, and probably others.
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Just a guess here, Hubs for an M715
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Old 03-03-2021, 08:38 PM
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I came across a similar setup and all I could come up with searching was 61-68 Chevy K10.
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Here are a couple different locking hubs that are on land Cruisers and Jeeps.
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Old 03-04-2021, 11:08 AM
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Here are a couple different locking hubs that are on land Cruisers and Jeeps.




Damn! That kinda muddies the water? These look identical to the coarse spline pic for the cruiser, but they're fine-spline. Maybe they're for late model cruiser? I get them here to work on now and then, but only have a 4runner in the yard..., different...
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Damn! That kinda muddies the water? These look identical to the coarse spline pic for the cruiser, but they're fine-spline. Maybe they're for late model cruiser? I get them here to work on now and then, but only have a 4runner in the yard..., different...
19 hardly seems like fine spline, by modern standards.
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Those coarse spline cruisers were like a 5-6 spline.
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19 hardly seems like fine spline, by modern standards.


Agreed, but..., here's a pic of what they call coarse spline:


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