will the full-time lock hubs on older cj-s replace lockout hubs?
so i blew up a lock-out hub a while back and am in need of a temporary fix so I can wheel this weekend. A guy I know has an old cj with the fulltime locked hubs. I was wondering if these used the same setup as normal cjs just without the hubs.
1973 cj5- needs alot of work
1985 cj7- SOA w/ Re 1.5" springs, Scout dana 44's, 4.56 gears f/r with full detroit f/r. Flattop knuckles and highsteer. Custom steering with 1 ton TRE's. Procomp es 3000 shocks w/ f250 shock towers. Tom Woods rear d shaft, 37" MTR's... with more and more sh*t piling up
Depends. If the hubs are off a D30 and have the same bolt pattern they will. However, you will have to use the wheel bearing nuts as well, as they are different. If it is a D27 (1971 and earlier) the axle spline count will be different.
I would say no. Simply because is to much work to make junk work than it is to go buy a set of hubs I think super winch hubs are around 100 bones at 4 wheel parts.com
Small, fine shavings are ok, large chunks are bad, huge chunks with part number stamped on them are real bad.
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