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Old March 1st, 2012, 08:59 AM
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Salisbury Half Shafts/Flanges Wanted

Need both half shafts and drive flanges to a Salisbury rear end.

I think the half shaft part number is FRC8095 and drive flange is FRC5806

As an alternative - I'd also consider buying an entire axle/diff assembly that was compatible with a '85 110. I don't think I necessarily absolutely need a Salisbury rear end or any lockers for the type of driving I do. I'd probably be better off upgrading to a late-model rear end with disk brakes if I were going to swap the entire axle. I'd need this to be somewhat local within New England otherwise shipping would kill this.


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Old March 1st, 2012, 10:07 AM
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Mud Ruts had some Salisbury gbr shafts and flanges i believe, send him a pm on dweb
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Old March 5th, 2012, 09:36 PM
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I have a full drum brake Sals rear, in Maine, low miles - Was on a coiler 110.

I would sell it very reasonably at this point as I simply don't need it. Can part it out I suppose to save on shipping. PM and offer or trades!

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Need both half shafts and drive flanges to a Salisbury rear end.

I think the half shaft part number is FRC8095 and drive flange is FRC5806

As an alternative - I'd also consider buying an entire axle/diff assembly that was compatible with a '85 110. I don't think I necessarily absolutely need a Salisbury rear end or any lockers for the type of driving I do. I'd probably be better off upgrading to a late-model rear end with disk brakes if I were going to swap the entire axle. I'd need this to be somewhat local within New England otherwise shipping would kill this.


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I'd say stick with the Sals...it's a hell of a rear end, and will only help your resale value down the road.
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Old March 5th, 2012, 09:54 PM
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If you want new I have the HD version of the flanges in stock. I can also get the stock one for you by next monday.
HD kit is $92 for a pair.
stock is $21 for the set
The part number for the shafts is coming up to fit a 4 pinion diff.
If you need them they are $41 each side
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Wow, those are cheap..... how much is an ARB for one? Is it available these days?
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Justin, are those the hubs with the anodized looking finish and the pentagon hub cover?
I'll double check the axle part number before ordering.

Wish I had known this on Friday before we decided to re-weld the ones on there (I know, that's absolutely budge! and not the correct solution). I just needed to get the thing back from the shop. They are easy enough to swap out, right? so having the correct set on hand for when these welds fail would be nice.

Doug, thanks for the offer to part out the Sals. If it comes to that I will definately take you up on that, but the new ones are the way to go I think.

Jason, yeah I have thought about it an basically agree that I should stick with the Sals. Even though I'm not doing any heavy wheeling and don't have lockers etc., I do have some extra weight and end up in the soft sand quite a bit (that's probably more load that towing).
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Wow, those are cheap..... how much is an ARB for one? Is it available these days?
The ARBs are around $1000 I have one in stock

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Justin, are those the hubs with the anodized looking finish and the pentagon hub cover?
I'll double check the axle part number before ordering.

Wish I had known this on Friday before we decided to re-weld the ones on there (I know, that's absolutely budge! and not the correct solution). I just needed to get the thing back from the shop. They are easy enough to swap out, right? so having the correct set on hand for when these welds fail would be nice.

Doug, thanks for the offer to part out the Sals. If it comes to that I will definately take you up on that, but the new ones are the way to go I think.

Jason, yeah I have thought about it an basically agree that I should stick with the Sals. Even though I'm not doing any heavy wheeling and don't have lockers etc., I do have some extra weight and end up in the soft sand quite a bit (that's probably more load that towing).


The HD hubs are anodized ones you are thinking of.
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Justin, thanks for your help.
I'll be ordering these soon, but in all candor am still licking my wounds (financially) after an ever-growing list of things needed to be sorted out.

If I were to order the half shafts (both sides) and OEM drive flanges, are there any special part numbers or information you'd need other than the fact that it's a Salisbury? do you need a serial number off of the axle or are they all basically the same in terms of half shafts/drive flanges?
I'm in no hurry and would be looking for sometime before next month probably.
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Old March 8th, 2012, 06:46 AM
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I have several sets of axles collecting dust. Not sure about drive flanges but sure I have them also (will confirm). $50 p/u only .....Eliot Me, not far from Duxbury.
I've been installing I piece versions that Keith www.rovingtracks.com made for me. Eliminates the drive flange issue.
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Just checked and have 2 sets of axles and 1 1/2 sets of flanges.
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