Just a note. All the part numbers from the factory locking hubs have a WARN prefix.Just by looking at the factory ones, they look to have a bunch of plastic bits and made of cheese pot metal.
I think I'd upgrade to the Warns and keep the stockers in the spare parts bin.
I was just looking through the part numbers on the F550 3D model that is floating around. Everything under the hub sub-assembly has a Warn prefix.They even say warn on them somewhere don't they?
I sold the set I had, but I was thinking they had warn stamped/etched somewhere.
This is the CJ-10A Jeep I was referring to...Is your front open? Locker? Std steering, hyd assist, full hyd? All those variables will play out how long a stock lockout will hold up.
My expectations are pretty low for mine. When I'm done, it'll be 4ds, full hyd., and a arb or zip locker.
Hoping yukon will have some out in the near future.
...what is the diameter of the hub on the 8-lug unit bearings? I am sure that this was posted before, but after so many pages I have lost it.
...how much is lost on the long side 256 shaft after hacking off the sub taper diameter portion?
Link to my original STEP file
Reiterating some questions that I do not think were answered before taking off (I am at work).I'm kind of like Lincolnman, I don't do FB. That link didn't work for me.
I'm sorry, I honestly can't tell which it is. I figured there would be a discernible color change from OD toward ID on the end of the shaft but there isn't really. Maybe this means it is through-hardened? Or just that the shaft was cut and THEN treated so that the tip of the shaft is also hardened part-way in? I don't know about about the process to say for sure.I'll look at my stock shafts in an hour and two and report back.