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Old May 1st, 2014, 11:11 AM
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HD or Late Model Defender rear half shafts

I am looking for a set of Rear shafts for a d90. 24 spline without attached flanges. Either some aftermarket hd's or last night I read on Ashcroft that the "late model" stock shafts came splined instead of joined to the flange. Either one will do.
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Old May 5th, 2014, 07:28 PM
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Have a new pair for $498
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Old May 5th, 2014, 11:23 PM
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Have a new pair for $498
Are they the late model stock or HD aftermarket? If aftermarket what brand?
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Old May 14th, 2014, 01:19 PM
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They are our own. We've been making extreme-duty axles for about 25 years. They're made of heat-treated 4340. The price is reduced for the last few sets we have.
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They are our own. We've been making extreme-duty axles for about 25 years. They're made of heat-treated 4340. The price is reduced for the last few sets we have.
If you are a vendor, please identify your company.
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Old May 14th, 2014, 03:46 PM
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They are our own. We've been making extreme-duty axles for about 25 years. They're made of heat-treated 4340. The price is reduced for the last few sets we have.
What's your company name? Is there a website?
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Old May 14th, 2014, 05:14 PM
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Our company is Dare Britannia, located in Olympia, WA. Our website is www.darebritannia.com.
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Yep, that's us
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I got a set of Td5 shafts laying arounds I'm not using, but they're one piece.....you can have them, I've got enough tomato stakes.....
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Old May 15th, 2014, 12:32 PM
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I got a set of Td5 shafts laying arounds I'm not using, but they're one piece.....you can have them, I've got enough tomato stakes.....
I appreciate the offer but I am trying to track down a set without the flanges.
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Old May 19th, 2014, 04:43 PM
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I've got a used pair that are in OK shape. I could take some photos of them. They are off my Sailsbury so should be the same and are 24 spline both ends. The flange end was a little worn but pushed into a new HD flange that I could also sell you they would be fine. I carried them as spares. Currently they are up for sale with the entire car but not much interest on that at the moment.

Oh its a sailsbury with disks and they have the oil seal collar on the shafts. (edit)

We are driving from Alberta to Nova Scotia via the USA so will be in/near Virginia in a bit. Maybe 10days.
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Old May 21st, 2014, 11:49 AM
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Some pics of the shafts I have. I know they are used and so does the buyer so no need for comments on how worn (or not) they are. I'd put em in my truck with some HD flanges in a second. Which is why i have them as spares in my truck.

RockShow. Hope the lengths match what you need. They look like genuine ones to me as my replacements are Britpart (all I could get in Africa).

Also with regards to the flanges. There are two types. Think and thin. This refers to the thickness of the plate where the 5 bolts go through. My sailsbury uses thin. You can also tell if you need think by the type of cap on the normal flange. If its rubber and about 2cm then its the thin one. The thick flanges have a cap 3 or 4 cm tall and the older ones are metal. You can google for pictures.
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