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Old September 9th, 2010, 02:21 PM
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110 HD Drive Flange Help

Trying to fit HD rear drive flanges (LR #FTC859, RN #PLE192) on my early 110 Salusbury, but as you can see in the pic the new flanges are not deep enough. Do the later axles have deeper flanges?
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Old September 9th, 2010, 04:00 PM
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No, it is the reverse. This is the same problem you had before when going from 10 to 24 spline. The later stuff has shallower drive flanges. You can change the hubs and stubs again or just go with new stock flanges. Or old ones and carry a spare.



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Trying to fit HD rear drive flanges (LR #FTC859, RN #PLE192) on my early 110 Salusbury, but as you can see in the pic the new flanges are not deep enough. Do the later axles have deeper flanges?
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Old September 9th, 2010, 04:25 PM
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Dave,
This is a stock early Salisbury that came with 24 spline shafts. According to Doug C it came from one of his 83/84 110 projects. The HD flange you see in the pic is the EARLY style rear 110 flange according to LR, RN, and Proline and you can see it is shallow. So your point is that LR, RN and Proline are selling the incorrect early flange? Maybe Doug sold me a shady axle.

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We need to get Galpin in on this. I bet you a six pack that his HD flanges on his 83 are shallow.
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Old September 9th, 2010, 04:45 PM
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There are two types of flanges used on Land Rovers (defender type) One is thick one is thin, they are not interchangable.
It's assciated with short VS long stub axles. Pre 1994 they are all thick, post 1994 they are all thin.
As usual Land Rover mixed them up for different markets in 1994.
Of course all these parts are a mix between Disco's and RRC's as well. 1992 Disco's and RRC's seem to have gotten the short stubs, Defenders had to wait until 1994.
The flanges not only differ in thickness but also the pilot diameter where the flange pilots into the the hub, it is a smaller diameter on the thick flange as is the Bolt pattern.
I would say that if you have a thin flange RN has sent you the wrong part.

Looked at the pic... Nope that ain't gonna work.
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I could measure mine next time I go hug her I guess. Not sure you can tell from the outside.
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you gots a 1983 salisbury. That much is certain. Since the HD flange doesn't look anything like the stock one I suspect they sent you the wrong part.
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You'll be able to tell from the outside. I'll take a look at your pics, but I seem to recall they are shallow flange.
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RN sent you the wrong part.
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This is what the flange SHOULD look like - from Ashcroft
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sending you a pm-guessing the ones you have are for the later disc brake axle
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I could measure mine next time I go hug her I guess. Not sure you can tell from the outside.
Chuckles, I looked at your pics, you do have the deep/thick flanges on the rear. RN is selling the wrong part and part number as the early 110 HD rear flange.

Bobeck, what kind of beer do you sip? Bud Light Lime, Tequiza, or Smirnof Ice Raspberry?
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Bobeck, what kind of beer do you sip? Bud Light Lime, Tequiza, or Smirnof Ice Raspberry?
Bobeck is a Knob Creek kind of guy.
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Mar is the beginning of Guinness season. Does LR sell those HD flanges? I thought that was just aftermarket bling.
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Land Rover has never offered a 'Heavy-Duty' drive flange or anything that looks like the replacement flange you have.
FWIW. Those look to me like Britpart HD flanges, which if that is the case, probably won't fit anyway even if they were correct for your truck....
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Land Rover has never offered a 'Heavy-Duty' drive flange or anything that looks like the replacement flange you have.
FWIW. Those look to me like Britpart HD flanges, which if that is the case, probably won't fit anyway even if they were correct for your truck....
Yeah I bought some and went back and forth with them over the fitment, in the end they told me to "drift" them on with a hammer.
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LOL

Mar is the beginning of Guinness season. Does LR sell those HD flanges? I thought that was just aftermarket. bling.
The aftermarket seems to be using the LR part number or a variation of it in their part numbers. I'm told the Terrafirma ones fit correctly.

Guinness season!?!?! It's Guinness year in my household.
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Guinness season!?!?! It's Guinness year in my household.
Agreed! Season Schmeason
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Whatever Dude. Drank a lifetime worth of Guinness already. Now you know what kind of beer to bring.



And for the record, been over to your place and Galpin's on many occasions, never been offered a Guinness. So whatup?



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The aftermarket seems to be using the LR part number or a variation of it in their part numbers. I'm told the Terrafirma ones fit correctly.

Guinness season!?!?! It's Guinness year in my household.
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I hide the good stuff when you come over. J/K - been a dry spell on Guinness here. I need to start doing the grocery shopping.
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I hide the good stuff when you come over. J/K - been a dry spell on Guinness here. I need to start doing the grocery shopping.
Yeah that's funny! If it weren't for Donna you wouldn't even have beer in the house!
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