Free wheeling hubs???

Discussion in 'Series' started by vidal130, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. vidal130

    vidal130 Guest

    will 24 spline or 10 spline free wheeling hubs fit my series 2a lwb axles???
     
  2. antichrist

    antichrist Guest

    Assuming it has standard axles, 10spline. However, you will NEVER recoup the cost of freewheeling hubs (you might, if you get them for $5 or $10). Also, if you don't put it in four wheel drive much, and forget to do it, they'll end up costing you MORE, as you need your front axle turning to properly lube the swivel pins.

    Tom Rowe
    Four wheel drive allows you to get stuck in
    places even more inaccessible.
     
  3. bhodisatva

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    Yes 10 or 24 spline free wheel hubs will fit your series vehicle, depends which half shafts you have got which ones you go for though. Generally series II vehicles have the coarser 10 spline ends with series III's having 24 spline ends. However, the only real way to tell is to get the hub ends off and have a look at the coarseness off the splines, the differnece between ten and 24 is quite noticeable.
     
  4. hillbilly

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    If fitted engaged every 500-600 mile or so
     

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