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Old October 26th, 2012, 02:39 PM
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So 24 spline one piece Disco or RRC rear axles fit into a Salisbury with disc hubs?
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So 24 spline one piece Disco or RRC rear axles fit into a Salisbury with disc hubs?

hell 2 the no
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KAM out of the UK has HD Sals shafts. I've had mine for 3 years running on locked 35s with no issues. Lucky8 can get them.
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Old October 26th, 2012, 05:34 PM
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and still retain an original external appearance..
I don't get it...even if you converted to D60, it's all hidden inside...
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Well my Kaiser lockers are finally on the move again and should be here on Monday.. Got my 23 to 24 spline front axles from GBR.. am pulling the front 3rd member out and the complete rear end and will take them to my diff builder to have the units setup..will be staying with the stock salisbury rear axles... have also ordered a whole shootload of stuff from X-ENG and will do the x-brake etc upon reassembly.. am waiting for the rear disconnectable stabiliser bar setup to be back in stock.. I believe that system also will be a spare axle if you need one..just not sure if its salisbury rear drum brake length..
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Well my Kaiser lockers are finally on the move again and should be here on Monday.. Got my 23 to 24 spline front axles from GBR.. am pulling the front 3rd member out and the complete rear end and will take them to my diff builder to have the units setup..will be staying with the stock salisbury rear axles... have also ordered a whole shootload of stuff from X-ENG and will do the x-brake etc upon reassembly.. am waiting for the rear disconnectable stabiliser bar setup to be back in stock.. I believe that system also will be a spare axle if you need one..just not sure if its salisbury rear drum brake length..
The spare shaft is not a Sals, just a stock rover rear shaft. The kit is awesome, but many of the bolts will be too short. Hopefully Si corrected that.
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Yeah I was figuring it was for a normal diff..will be keeping spare axles on the trip anyway..
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