The best price is probably 4 Wheel Parts Warehouse. They have a complete set: hubs, brgs, seals, axles, everything you need. It is by far not the best quality. The axles are very marginal. What you should do is order the hub kit from them, not in catalog, but part number 'A-45'. If you call the 4 Wheel Parts catalog ordering and tell them the number they will sent it. I do not remember the price. Then go go Dutchman for axles. I suggest the one piece with flange. Unless you want to install locking hubs.
One thing to keep in mind.....brought up in a recent thread..... if you are buying the standard axles from moser and dutchmann, you are getting spicer blanks. Just so you know. They both offer alloys. Moser has the 1541 alloy and Dutchman has the 4140 alloy. Warn has the 4340 alloy
The Warn alloys are the best in my opinion. The moser's have a little bit of a softer core, which increases the number of life cycles for the axle, but most axle breakage imo happens on a one time stress overload. To combat this the Warn's are better. Dutchman's are very similar to the Warn's, and can make them in custom lengths. Warn's only come in stock widths
I was considering doing something similar. I was thinking of using 30 spline D60 FF shafts, then cut off the flange and have it resplined. From what I understand, the size is actually the same. You could also use a regular flanged D44 axle if it were long enough. Dr. Vern cut down his long side shaft for the short side, and used a long side D41 shaft from a Willys wagon in his conversion. Of course it wouldn't be as strong as the moser or dutchman, but would be lots cheaper.
Thanks Grandpa_Jeep. I don't know why but, even after reading Vern's writeup,that never even entered my mind. The 60 shafts should be more than enought for the flatty. Also have a few old 44's in parts sitting around I can still the shafts from.
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